ASU Camp pays off for Louisiana QB

ASU Camp pays off for Louisiana QB

One of New Orleans top athletes journeyed north last week to attend camp at Arkansas State University. It appears that the trip was well worth the miles that New Orleans signal caller Jyron Walters traveled. Go "Inside" to see what Walters had to say about his first offer.

One of New Orleans top athletes journeyed north last week to attend camp at Arkansas State University.

It appears that the trip was well worth the miles that New Orleans signal caller Jyron Walters traveled.

Walters walked away from the Red Wolves camp holding an offer from Hugh Freeze and Arkansas State coaching staff.

"I had a good camp," Walters told AStateNation.com. "I wasn't surprised by the offer by I was definitely astonished by it."

Walters, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound athlete, confirmed that ASU definitely offered the talented athlete as a quarterback.

Walters finished his junior season at McDonogh 35 Senior HS with over 1,900 yards and 14 touchdowns.

The talented quarterback was impressed with the ASU campus.

"I liked the campus," Walters said. "It's a little remote and rural but it nicer than I expected."

While this is Walter's first offer, he plans on making a decision after his senior season.

He was also impressed with how Freeze interacted with his current team.

"The re pore that the coaches have with their current team was very impressive," Walters said. "Their coaches are all really nice."

Walters plan on taking an official visit to Jonesboro.

"I will definitely be back for another visit," Walters said. "I will take an official visit at Arkansas State."

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