Tennessee recruiting TX 2012 QB

What school is recruiting 2012 Texas QB Jeremiah Briscoe the hardest? It appears that school is the University of Tennessee. Go "Inside" as InsideTennessee.com introduces Vol fans to a quarterback that appears to have a lot of interest in the Volunteers.

You can never have too many great quarterbacks.

One new name on the radar for the Vols for 2012 is highly rated Texas signal caller Jeremiah Briscoe of Houston Second Baptist.

According to Briscoe, there is one school that is recruiting him harder than all the rest.

"I get the most stuff from Tennessee," Briscoe told InsideTennessee.com recently. "They are recruiting me the hardest out of all the other schools. I like the way their staff is recruiting me. We communicate a lot through facebook, they have really made me feel wanted."

According to Briscoe, he finished his junior season with over 2,500 yards passing, including 26 touchdowns against only nine interceptions

One school has already offered, and the Texas signal caller is expecting a lot more after signing day.

"Baylor has given me an offer already," Briscoe said. "Everyone tells me I will be getting a lot more after signing day."? While Briscoe admits he doesn't know a lot about Tennessee, he has heard several positive things about the Volunteer Football program.

"I have heard the stadium is unbelievable," Briscoe said. "I hope to get a chance to take a visit there in the near future."

In fact Briscoe admits that if he receives an invite for the Vols Junior Day, he plans on attending.

"I want to get a real feel for the place," Briscoe said. "I definitely plan on taking a trip there, if I get an invite to Junior Day, I would attend."

Briscoe took in a SEC game this past season, when he got the chance to attend the LSU vs. Alabama game.

"It was an absolute battle," Briscoe said. "The SEC is one of the best conferences in the country."

Stay tuned to InsideTennessee.com as we keep up with Briscoe and his recruitment, including if he takes a visit to Rocky Top in the upcoming months.

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