Camm Cooper has officially gone national.
The three-star quarterback from Lehi, Utah, added his first SEC scholarship offer on Tuesday when Tennessee joined a recruiting list that already included several programs from across the West Coast.
"Coach (Mike) Canales and I have a real good relationship," Cooper told Scout.com. "Even before he offered, we had been texting basically every day and calling twice a week. I had the feeling it was coming and it's really huge, especially with it being my first SEC school and the tradition at Tennessee. It's really cool.
"I haven't been out there before but definitely planning to now. ... I know that their fan base is one of the best in the country from what I've heard and seen."
"Probably in April, I'll take a month where each weekend I visit a school and stay a day or two to watch practice and go through meetings," Cooper said. "I definitely plan to get out to Tennessee for a visit, get a tour, see how things are and get a full feel for what it's like out there.
"I know Joshua Dobbs performed very well this past season and he's going to the combine, so it will be cool to watch him. Obviously with Peyton Manning going to Tennessee is huge, and I've heard he might be coming out to their QB camp, so I might get out there to learn from him."
The 6-foot-4, 200-pound lefty completed 64 percent of his pass attempts for 4,059 yards and 38 touchdowns in 12 games as a junior last season.