Coach Todd Berry knows what he is looking for in a quarterback. It's his specialty. So when he offers a quarterback you can bet he has found one he really likes. After all, former ULM quarterback Steven Jyles broke every school and conference record under Berry when he was the quarterback coach 6 years ago.
Shawnee high school in Oklahoma has a pretty good one in Brayle Brown. The 6'2 180 pounder enjoyed a very successful junior campaign tossing 31 touchdown passes and rushing for 11 more.
"I called Coach Berry earlier this week and he told me ULM had a scholarship offer for me. It was great to get my first legit offer, I'm excited".
"I am learning about the school as I go", said Brown. I know they run a big time spread offense, it's basically the same as I run now. We checked the school out online and I like everything I see".
"I got mom's approval", joked Brown.
"Coach Berry and I just talked briefly about the offense they ran. He told me he had a lot of skill position players and needed a quarterback to come in and get the ball to them".
Brayle will get a first hand look at ULM in May when he comes down for a visit.
"It will be good to come check the campus out and take a look around".
Brayle has been making the rounds as well. He attended the Army All American Camp in San Antonio back in January and just got back from the Nike Camp held in Dallas, TX.
"I had a great time at both camps. Got to meet a lot of people and mix it up with some real talented guys. It was a real good experience for me".
Brown in an honor roll student and plans on coaching at the college or high school level when he graduates.
Check back with Warhawk Nation for highlights of Brayle in the near future.