Hobbs realizes ASU is where he belongs

Current Arkansas State University Quarterback commitment Damion Hobbs got the chance to watch camp at ASU on Sunday and also spend some time getting to know some of his future teammates. Go "Inside" this special feature story on the three star signal caller to get his take on his future home.

All of AStateNation realizes who the quarterback of the Red Wolves is going to be this fall, it's reigning Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Year Ryan Aplin.

It's also easy to see who is going to be one of the top quarterbacks of the future for this team, spending just a little time around current Red Wolf commitment and Scout.com three star signal caller Damion Hobbs.

It' appears that Hobbs is already building some relationships with some of his future teammates and current commitments in Gus Malzahn's 2013 recruiting class.

Hobbs got the time to hang out and get to know several of ASU current commitments, including Greenwood wide receiver Drew Morgan, Kentucky defensive lineman Logan Cart and receiver Brandon Cox.

"Its been a great weekend for me," Hobbs told AStateNation.com as he was leaving Arkansas State's camp Sunday evening. "I got the chance to get to know several of my future teammates. We are already building a great connection with each other, talking about being roommates once we get to college."

It's easy to see why Hobbs is so successful relating to his future teammates. The 6-foot-3, 220 signal caller was seen carrying a football and a smile everywhere he went on campus.

"Damion is great," Morgan said after getting to know the future ASU signal caller. "He is going to be a great leader for us and going to be a great quarterback for Arkansas State.

Hobbs chose Arkansas State over teams like Nebraska and Missouri before even taking a second visit to Jonesboro.

"I realize more everyday that this is where I belong," Hobbs said. "I'm very solid on my commitment to Arkansas State, I can't wait to be a Red Wolf."

Hobbs also got a chance to watch Sunday's senior camp from a different advantage point.

"I didn't work out with them, but I paid a lot of attention to how the ASU coaching staff coached the players and how much talent that was out there today," Hobbs said. "It was an impressive group of athletes. I really love how this coaching staff relates with all of their players. It's truly feels like a family here and I'm already getting to know some of my future brothers and teammates."