It's no secret that Arkansas State will most likely take two quarterbacks in its 2012 recruiting class.
With one commitment already in hand from an Alabama signal caller, there appear to be several other targets on the Red Wolves radar.
One Louisiana quarterback that is holding an offer from ASU is Lafayette signal caller Kevin Fouquier II.
AStateNation.com caught up with Fouquier to gage his interest in the Red Wolf Football program.
"I was real excited when they offered me at the quarterback position," Fouquier said. "They are my first D1 offer to play quarterback."
"I just through camping at MSU and LSU," Fouquier said. "Mississippi State seems like they are really close to offering me."
Fouquier hasn't had the opportunity to visit Arkansas State, but plans on taking care of that this fall.
"We will definitely go up and take in a football game in Jonesboro," Fouquier said. "Coach (Hugh) Freeze and my dad are good friends. I like how straight forward he is."
Fouquier's father Kevin Fourquier Sr. is a veteran college coach who most recently was the defensive coordinator at Louisiana Lafayette under Ricky Bustle. He also coached at FIU and Middle Tennessee. Fouquier feels that growing a college coaches son has its advantages during the recruiting process.
"I understand the little things about the process," Fouquier said. "Dad is taking this year off and going to go through the recruiting process with me."
Does Fouquier prefer playing offense or defense at the next level?
"I'm comfortable playing either offense or defense," Fouquier said. "Of course I love having the ball in my hand on offense, I have a defensive type mentality, I love to hit."
Fouquier doesn't have a favorite right now and plans on keeping things wide open on the recruiting front.