New Jersey QB picking up interest from UT

No state and no quarterback is going unnoticed by the University of Tennessee coaching staff during this springs evaluation period. One New Jersey signal caller is appearing on the Vols recruiting radar, Joe Brennan of Cherry Hill's Camden Catholic High School confirmed that UT is definitely showing him interest. Go inside to see what Brennan has to say about UT.

No state and no quarterback is going unnoticed by the University of Tennessee coaching staff during this springs evaluation period.

With only two scholarship quarterbacks on the roster going into this fall football campaign, Lane Kiffin and his coaches are in search of some help at the signal caller position for the recruiting class of 2010.

One New Jersey signal caller is appearing on the Vols recruiting radar, Joe Brennan of Cherry Hill's Camden Catholic High School confirmed that UT is definitely showing him interest.

"Coach Cregg came by last week and picked up my highlight film," Brennan told InsideTennessee.com. "I called him and he said they were going to evaluate my film in the near future, I'm hoping to get an offer from them."

Brennan currently is holding official offers from Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Rutgers, Duke, Miami, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Akron and Temple.

According to Brennan, the Vols offense is a perfect fit for his skills at the quarterback position.

"I love their offense," Brennan said. "I definitely have a lot of interest in Tennessee. I'm still in the process of doing a lot of research, learning more about the school and the Knoxville area."

Brennan admits that currently he is wide open in his decision making process. He currently list no early favorites.

"Tennessee is in the SEC and it would be a honor to get an offer from them," Brennan said. "I know they are in need of a couple quarterbacks in this class."

Currently Brennan is uncertain where he will take unofficial visits and attend camps at this summer.

"There is a possibility that I will try to camp at Tennessee, it depends on whether or not they offer me or what they think of my film," Brennan said. "I will definitely visit several schools this summer, based on how much those schools are interested in me."

Brennan is a 6-foot-4, 190-pound athlete, who runs a 4.7 forty. He threw for 2,478 yards as a junior including 25 touchdowns against 13 interceptions. He also rushed for over 300 yards and another three scores.


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