Tutor can't wait to get to ASU

It's just a matter of time for one junior college athlete before he is living out his dreams. Brennan Tutor, an offensive lineman from Itawamba Community College, committed to Arkansas State earlier this fall, it appears that he can't wait to change his address to Jonesboro, Arkansas.

It's just a matter of time for one junior college athlete before he is living out his dreams.

Brennan Tutor, an offensive lineman from Itawamba Community College, committed to Arkansas State earlier this fall, it appears that he can't wait to change his address to Jonesboro, Arkansas.

AStateNation recently caught up with Tutor to get an update on his season and his thoughts on his future team.

"I can't wait to get there," Tutor said. "I want to get the next step of my career started, I'm very excited to see what is in store for me at Arkansas State."

Tutor will enroll at Arkansas State in January and go through spring practices at ASU.

"I will be there for sure in January," Tutor said. "They are wanting me to come in and compete right away."

Tutor, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound lineman, will play the tackle position at Arkansas State.

His junior college team has tasted success this fall, losing just two games by five points and a recent upset of the No. 3 Nationally ranked East Mississippi team. He is looking forward to continuing that success in the next step of his career.

"It was great to pull off the upset," Tutor said. "We have had a great season. I can't wait to continue to win at the next level at Arkansas State."

Tutor has done his best keeping up with his future team, watching as many games as possible.

"I'm really impressed on how they are playing," Tutor said. "I have been keeping up with them a lot, what a fun offense to play in."

How solid is Tutor's commitment to the Red Wolves?

"I'm very committed to Arkansas State," Tutor said. "That's where I want to be, I'm sure of it."

Tutor has been hearing from other schools such as Texas State, Memphis, Ole Miss and Louisiana Lafayette.

Tutor keeps in constant contact with the Arkansas State coaching staff.

"I talk to them a lot," Tutor said. "At least once a week. They are very excited that I'm going to be a Red Wolf, they say that they have big plans for me."