Tennessee QB has interest in RedWolves

How many quarterbacks will the RedWolves take in this year's recruiting class? The answer appears to be two. ASU has already picked up a commitment from Jalen Whitlow from Alabama, now it appears that they may be close to offering a signal caller from Tennessee. Go "Inside" to see what Hunter Brown has to say about ASU and when he plans on taking a visit to Jonesboro.

Hugh Freeze already has a pledge for one quarterback in the Class of 2012, but it appears that he is looking for another.

Arkansas State is expected to sign two quarterbacks in this recruiting class and one target that appears to be on the Red Wolves radar is Hendersonville, Tennessee signal caller Hunter Brown. I

t appears that the interest is mutual on both parts.

AStateNation.com caught up with Brown Sunday morning to see if he has any interest in ASU.

"Yes sir I'm going to camp there later this month," Brown said. "They want to see me in person, they seem to like me a lot."

Brown keeps in touch with his recruiting coach for Arkansas State, safeties coach Corey Batoon a lot.

"We talk quite a bit," Brown said. "He wants to get me on campus and see me in person.They act like I'm close to getting an offer."

Brown admits not knowing a lot about Arkansas State, but is definitely impressed with the coaches he has spoken to.

"Coach (Hugh) Freeze told me that he really likes my film and that I'm the type of quarterback that they are looking for at Arkansas State," Brown said. "Coach Freeze told me that he never offers a QB without seeing him in person first."

Brown's stock has risen over the spring after he attended several combines, including one in Knoxville Tennessee.

According to reports from that combine, Brown has a very strong arm and is very accurate.

Brown has also attended several summer camps including ones at Western Kentucky, Tennessee, and Cincinnati.

"I know Coach Freeze runs a spread offense and likes to throw the ball a lot, I like that a lot," Brown said. "I'm excited about attending camp in July so I can meet all of their coaches and hopefully I will come away from there with an offer. They like my size and ability to throw the ball."

Brown, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound athlete, runs the Wing T offense at his high school, and admits that has slowed his recruitment.

"All the college coaches want to see me at their camp this summer," Brown said. "They want me to show them what I can do. Hopefully I will have a great camp at Arkansas State."