If there’s an Eagles quarterback starting to emerge from the pack, the coaches are doing an excellent job of hiding it.

Tuesday’s OTA practice, the third one open to the media since last month’s draft, revealed that Mike Vick and Nick Foles are still neck-and-neck in the competition, with rookie Matt Barkley trailing by a good distance.

An unofficial tracking of reps by CSNPhilly.com indicated that Foles took the most snaps with 36, followed by Vick (32), Barkley (13) and Dennis Dixon (five).

Vick was the first-string quarterback for the first few 7-on-7 and full-team sessions – drills in which the quarterback throws against a defense – but Foles led several of these drills as practice progressed.

Vick and Foles were probably at the 50-50 mark going into the final drill of practice, in which quarterbacks try to move the offense 10 yards in three plays. Vick fumbled away possession on his first snap, giving way to Foles, whose first-attempt completion enabled him to stay all three plays.

For the entire practice, Vick unofficially completed 10-of-21 attempts throughout the rainy practice. Foles hit on 10-of-24. Barkley completed 7-of-10 passes and Dixon connected on 1-of-2. There were several drops from receivers. Wide receiver Riley Cooper bobbled a bomb down the left side from Vick that would have been a touchdown if Cooper had held onto the ball.

Afterward, head coach Chip Kelly was asked if someone had emerged yet in the race.

“We haven't had those discussions,” he said. “It's, ‘Can we get a ton of reps, get them on tape?’ That will go through training camp and what not. Why do we need to name a starting quarterback in May?

“I mean, we're going to take the full amount of time that we have to make a thorough evaluation of what we do. When you make big decisions like that, I don't think you want to make a rash decision. You want to give everybody the opportunity to see what they do.”