Tennessee's quarterback situation is better than it has been in recent years.
With a lot of young signal callers on the rosters the Vols have quality quarterbacks for years to come.
One new face that appears to be on Tennessee's radar is 2012 signal caller from the Nashville area.
Max Staver is transferring from a private school in Hendersonville, TN to Brentwood Academy this fall.
InsideTennessee.com got the chance to see Staver in action first hand this past weekend at Maurice Fitzgerald's In Full Motion Saturday Night Lights Combine.
According to Staver there is definitely mutual interest between he and the Tennessee coaching staff.
"They are recruiting me hard," Staver said. "I went up to their spring game in April, I loved it a lot there."
According to Staver, Coach Peter Sirmon is recruiting the talented quarterback for the Vols.
"I talk to Coach Sirmon a lot," Staver said. "They want me to come up to their camp next week, I plan on going."
Staver, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound athlete, showed a strong arm and a lot of talent at Saturday's combine.
THE INSIDE TAKE ON STAVER
Staver has great size, and looks like he has a lot of growing room on physical frame.
A very talented thrower, good accuracy, too strong of arm at times. Needs to make softer throws at time.
Great command of the football, needs to work on reading defenses and playing against tougher competition, for example against speed guys in the defensive secondary.
Staver's has a huge upside and expect him to be one of the top quarterbacks in the state as he is only a rising junior.
Expect Staver talents to flourish against better competition at Brentwood Academy this fall.
Stay tuned to InsideTennessee.com as we keep track of Staver's recruitment.