Malzahn impresses Alabama wide out

One thing is for sure, wide receivers and quarterbacks across the country have taken notice of Gus Malzahn being the Head Coach at Arkansas State. One Alabama wideout Carl Lee of Mobile's McGill-Toolen HS, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound athlete has an offer from Malzahn and his coaching staff. Go "Inside" to see what Lee had to say about ASU and Coach Malzahn.

One thing is for sure, wide receivers and quarterbacks across the country have taken notice of Gus Malzahn being the Head Coach at Arkansas State.

Malzahn, known as an offensive genius, winning a National Championship at Auburn, it appears that the veteran offensive coordinator has a detailed plan on how to make Arkansas State the "Boise State" of the South.

One Alabama wideout Carl Lee of Mobile's McGill-Toolen HS, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound athlete has an offer from Malzahn and his coaching staff.

Lee has yet to take a visit to Arkansas State, but plans on doing that in the near future.

"Arkansas State is really recruiting me the hardest right now," Lee told AStateNation.com. "They want me to come up and visit their campus and get to know their coaching staff a lot better."

Lee, who currently has offers from Arkansas State, Ole Miss, Louisiana Tech, Troy and UAB, is impressed with what Malzahn accomplished as an offensive coordinator at Auburn.

"I love the offense he runs," Lee said. "It really fits me really well. Arkansas State wants me to come in and play right away."

How does Arkansas State stack up among his favorite schools.

"I would have to say Arkansas State and Ole Miss are my top two schools," Lee said. "I can't wait to take a visit and get to know Coach Malzahn much better."