Class of 2016 Cartersville (Ga.) quarterback Miller Forristall has spend the spring lighting up the camp circuit and now he's hoping it will lead to colleges lighting up his phone.
The first school Forristall has heard from is Tennessee and he'll be taking a visit to Rocky Top this weekend.
"They called my coach and let him know that they want me to come up and watch the spring game," Forristall said. "So I'm going to do that and take a look at what they have to offer."
The 6-foot-5, 195-pound Forristall said he doesn't know much about the program, but is very happy to be receiving interest from the tradition-rich Vols.
"I know it's a great historic program with historic quarterbacks," Forristall said. "It's a good first visit to have that's for sure."
Growing up in the state of Georgia it's only natural that Forristall is hoping to hear from the 'Dawgs.
"I've been growing up a Georgia fan," he said. "That's the school I'd like to hear from. As a quarterback it's a good situation, they run a nice offense and Mar, Richt is a good coach and good quarterbacks have come through there in the past."
While he waits for his first offer, Forristall said he's planning a busy summer of camping on campus.
"I'm going to hit all the Southeast camps," he said. "All the way from North Carolina to Florida and back again. I think that should help me with recruiting."