Sigh. Whom and whomever are overused. Here, whoever would work fine. "Whoever the next quarterback will be is a phrase" — actually a nominal — and you don't use whomever. (I learned that in college; thanks, Charles Millsaps.)
Unfortunately, writers and speakers have fallen in love with whom and whomever. And I really like this writer.
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