If 3,004 yards and 26 touchdowns don't catch your eye, maybe the 939 yards rushing and 15 more touchdowns will. Those are the numbers that talented senior to be quarterback Kolton Browning managed to put up last year as a junior.
"We move up from class 3A to 15-4A this year", said Browning. Last year we went 6-6 and lost in the regionals so we want to build on that and take it even further this year".
Kolton 6'3 181 pounds has attended four camps so far and plans on hitting 2-3 more. "ULM, Tulsa, Texas A&M and Texas so far. I plan on hitting Baylor and Rice as well. At this point I would say ULM, Tulsa, and Rice are recruiting me the hardest".
"I had a great time at the ULM camp, they have a great community and I picked up some things there that will help me this season. Next week I am going to take an unofficial visit to ULM to meet the head coach".
"I feel like I would fit in well at ULM, I felt comfortable there at the camp, it reminded me of home. I could see myself playing for the Warhawks".
Browning says he is looking to study sports medicine when he does choose a college. He currently has a 3.1 GPA and scored a 19 the first time he took the ACT.