Class of 2016 Cartersville (Ga.) Miller Forristall spent his sophomore season learning from college-bound prospect Brooks Barden. Without much game film to show, the 6-foot-4, 195-pounder has spent the summer trying to impress college coaches in camp setting.
According to him, things are off to a good start.
"Everything has been going well," he said. "I took a trip up to Chapel Hill to camp at North Carolina and I got to talk to the coaches and tour everything. I did very well at the camp and Coach Heckendorf and Coach Fedora both talked to me a bit and said they were impressed by how I moved and threw."
The tall, lanky Forristall also put to rest some of the concerns they coaches might have had about his mobility.
"They said they were especially impressed with my footwork and it blew away any uncertainties that they had about my mobility," he said. "They said I spun the ball very well and showed a strong arm."
Forristall is still waiting on his first offer, but said he's feeling encouraged about his prospects with the Tar Heels.
"Coach Fedora said they've only offered a few kids at quarterback in my class and they're slow to offer but I'm like the third or fourth guy on their board," Forristall said. "They said they can't offer until they have some more game film so after my third game they want me to send them my film so they can reassess and see what they think."
In addition to the interest from North Carolina, a camp showing at Georgia has also help Forristall draw some interest from the Dawgs.
"I did well there and I talked to Coach Bobo for a while," Forristall said. "He said they know who I am and they're interested and they'll be back to watch me this fall."
Forristall was invited and is expected to participate in the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge presented by Under Armour.