One of the most exciting prospects in Louisiana for the class of 2010 is quarterback Terrance Broadway. The four-star prospect picked up an early offer from Alabama, followed by Nebraska and recently, Broadway added two more to his list.
"I got UConn and Louisiana Tech," Broadway said on Tuesday. "Louisiana Tech came in today and the one from UConn came in like two weeks ago. Right now I'm getting more familiar with them. I'm talking to the coaches at UConn pretty much every day. I just started talking with Louisiana Tech today."
With as much communication as he has had with the UConn staff, how does he feel about the program?
"I trust what they say," he said. "They're really talking some good things. They run a little spread offense and they want me to come in and run it. We'll see how things go."
Despite the heavy communication, does Broadway see himself making it all the way to Connecticut to play football?
"Not right now," he said.
Another school that's a long way from Louisiana has been showing Broadway some serious interest in Oregon.
"I've been communicating with Coach Chip Kelly at Oregon and he pretty much is close to an offer," he said. "He has seen some game film and he wanted me to send up a highlight tape so that offer could be close. I'm interested in them. I know they run the zone read and throw out of the shotgun so that fits me."
Broadway has also been receiving some interest from Tennessee.
"I'm getting a little bit from Tennessee. We sent in my transcript and I think my coach sent game film and highlights so we'll see what happens."
The only thing Broadway has scheduled for the spring at this point is a visit on April 18th to Louisiana Tech to learn more about the Bulldog program.