Oklahoma 2014 QB gets first offer from ASU

One Oklahoma 2014 quarterback picked up his first offer here today at the Arkansas State University Senior Camp. Broken Arrow signal caller Coleman Key was very excited to get his first offer from a head coach like Gus Malzahn. Go "Inside" to see what Key had to say about his first offer of the recruiting process.

One Oklahoma 2014 quarterback picked up his first offer here today at the Arkansas State University Senior Camp.

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."