Catholic-New Iberia (La.) quarterback Jason Pellerin has already started making a name for himself in the recruiting process. Standing at 6-4 and 215 pounds, Pellerin is arguably the top quarterback in Louisiana for the class of 2015. With two summer camps already in the books, Pellerin reflected on his recruitment thus far and what his summer has looked like.
"It's been going really well," Pellerin told TSD. "I'm just enjoying the summer and going to camps. I learned a lot at the LSU camp. I also got my first offer at the UL-Lafayette camp."
Aside from camps, Pellerin explained that he hasn't had a lot of contact with schools, something that he hopes will change as the summer progresses.
"I haven't really been getting a whole lot of contact over the summer, but I'm hoping that other schools will hear about me as the summer progresses after the next LSU camp," said Pellerin.
One school that Pellerin hopes to hear from in the near future is LSU. However, he hasn't heard from them very much up to this point.
"I haven't heard from them lately, but I'm not really surprised because they can't really contact me yet," said Pellerin. "I should hear more from them as I get older. I look forward to speaking with them at camp."
Pellerin had a good performance at the first LSU camp in June. However, he felt he could have performed at a higher level and he intends to make that happen in July.
"I'm looking to go back and perform better than I did at the first camp," said Pellerin. "I want to utilize the things that they taught me and be the quarterback that I know I can be. I just want to put everything together this time around."
Aside from improving his performance at camp, Pellerin also has several things that he would like to check out while on the LSU campus.
"I really want to get a better feel for the campus this time around," said Pellerin. "I look forward to working with coach [Cam] Cameron with how much he taught me the last time. I think it will be great."
Pellerin enjoyed his time that he spent with Cameron in June and he looks forward to learning from him once again in the near future.
"Coach Cameron is a really cool guy and I like how he coaches," said Pellerin. "He let's us be athletes on the field and I love that he expects the best out of me. He expects me to be perfect and I expect that out of myself. He's really down to earth and he just let's you be yourself out there."
In terms of schools that have caught the eye of Pellerin, there are several, but one stands out above the rest.
"I like Florida State, Texas A&M, Florida and USC," said Pellerin. "LSU is still number one for me at this point. I like USC, but LSU is still number one in my heart."
Pellerin ready for round two at LSU
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