Broken Arrow signal caller Coleman Key was very excited to get his first offer from a head coach like Gus Malzahn.
"I'm very excited, I like it here a lot," Key told AStateNation.com. "It would definitely not be a bad things playing for Coach Malzahn and his offensive system."
Key, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound athlete going into his junior season, has seen his stock on the rise after several summer camps.
"It's been a good summer so far," Key said. "There was a lot more talent here at today's camp at Arkansas State than I expected it to be. You can tell that Coach Malzahn and this coaching staff are going to do great things here."
While Key doesn't know a whole lot about ASU, he plans on changing that in the future.
"I'm definitely going to do a lot of research on the school," Key said. "It's definitely a type of offense I wouldn't mind playing in."
Arkansas State safeties coach Brandon Hall is in charge of Key's recruitment.
"I had a good camp today," Key said. "I really like the ASU coaching staff, I got to know them better at today's camp."