One Tennessee senior high school prospect had high expectations for his camping experience at Rocky Top.
Apparently Hunter Brown's camp experience was more than he even expected it to be.
Brown admits growing up a big Tennessee fan, realized what it would be like being a Tennessee Volunteer this past Sunday at UT's camp.
"It was incredible," Brown told InsideTennessee. "Honestly it didn't seem real. I feel I started out a little slow. I got better as the camp progressed. I was extremely nervous, being on campus, throwing the football in front of the coaching staff."
Brown got some time with UT's offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Darin Hinshaw.
"They really easy to be around," Brown said. "All of the coaches were really nice to me, they seem very interested in me."
Brown, a strong armed quarterback, has seen his stock rise over the last few weeks.
"Going to the combines I have gone to the word is getting out about my numbers and production.," Brown said. "I will go to several more camps this summer including Cincinnati, Western Kentucky, Arkansas State and Vanderbilt."
Brown left with a solid impression of the University of Tennessee.
"I really felt at home there," Brown said. "It felt good being around the Orange and White,"
Brown plans on keeping in contact with the Tennessee coaching staff.
"They told me to stay in touch," Brown said. "I might find out something in the near future."