Ty Storey's World Tour

Charleston junior quarterback Ty Storey (6-3, 215) participated in Arkansas' Football Camp on Monday - one of six tour stops in eight days for the outstanding young signal caller.

The Ty Storey World Tour continued on Monday in Arkansas and has another stop scheduled Tuesday at Oklahoma State.

That's after trips to Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Oklahoma for the Charleston junior-to-be quarterback.

"I'm just trying to get to as many places as I can, learn as much as a I can from the coaches and get a feel for all these places," Storey said. "I've been pretty busy, but I am enjoying it."

Storey (6-3, 215) enjoyed his stop Monday at Arkansas, a place th 2015 prospect has attended many games and practices.

"It was fun and I always enjoy being in Fayetteville and around the new coaches," Storey said. "I thought I did okay. I could have done better, but I was happy with it for the most part."

He enjoyed working with Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney.

"He's a real cool guy and I really enjoy being around him," Storey said. "He really knows what he is doing and he's teaching me some things that will make me even more accurate."

Storey, who passed for 3,387 yards yards and 48 touchdowns as a sophomore with just eight interceptions, left right after camp and headed for Oklahoma State.

But he's expected back to be back in Fayetteville later this week.

"They want me to come back up later this week when I get some time and meet with the coaches and just look everything over," Storey said. "I'm looking forward to sitting down with them for what I guess is an unofficial visit."

Storey got offers from both Alabama and Auburn last week to go along with earlier offers from Arkansas State and Tulsa.

"Georgia has two or three more weeks of camp and want to evaluate three quarterbacks," Storey said late Monday. "OU said they will contact me in September when it's legal."

It's expected Arkansas will put one on the table later in the week when it has a chance to sit down with him.

"I really like what they are doing at Arkansas and I think the new coaches are really going to take the program to a really high level," Storey said. "I'm looking forward to getting back up there later this week and just learning some more from them."





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