Arkansas had over a dozen quarterbacks in the 2016 class come through its June Camps and one of the more impressive was Marble Falls, Texas, signal caller Brennen Wooten.
Wooten (6-2, 180), a four-star quarterback according to Scout.com, hopes an offer from Arkansas is forthcoming to join ones from Boise State, Clemson, TCU, Houston, Kentucky and Akron.
I'm looking for it," Wooten said. "That would be big-time for me. SEC Football would be a great place to play. Trying to make it to next level, it would be a big stepping stone for me."
Wooten passed for over 3,000 yards last season as a sophomore with 30 touchdowns and just seven interceptions while also rushing for over 300 yards and three more touchdowns.
"I feel like my biggest strength is my ability to throw the ball and definitely my footwork," Wooten said. "I feel like I can make any throw on the field. My football IQ, I feel like I can read any defense."
Wooten got a chance to work with Arkansas offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jim Chaney.
"I think it went really well," Wooten said. "I liked working with Coach Chaney that was a pretty cool deal and just a good experience overall."
Wooten has been to camps at Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and TCU and plans to attend one at Alabama before the summer is over.
"I learn something new at all the camps I go to," Wooten said. "I like to pick every quarterback coach's brain. I try to gather info and improve myself at every one of these."
Wooten tries to pattern his game after New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
"I'm really a fan of quarterbacks and not necessarily a certain school," Wooten said. "Guys like Tom Brady. He's somebody that I really try to pattern my game after with the poise and the way he handles a game."
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