After Saturday's scrimmage, Air Force coach Troy Calhoun essentially said that Wesley Cobb is the starting fullback. Cobb and Mike DeWitt were battling for the job, but Calhoun seemed to indicate Cobb would be the guy and that he was looking for depth.
With Cobb at fullback, he becomes a threat to have some decent games this season. Quarterback Tim Jefferson and running back Asher Clark are still the main threats, but a fullback who can block and make teams pay for cheating to the edges is invaluable in this offense. Right now, that's Cobb.