For the better part of a decade, the Arkansas State Red Wolves have enjoyed far-better-than-average play at the quarterback position. That security looks to continue with the Red Wolves' latest commit, Butler Community College transfer Justice Hansen.
I've officially committed to Arkansas State! God is good! pic.twitter.com/jZPj47XVyo— Justice Hansen (@J_Hansen11) January 7, 2016
Hansen was recruited as a 4-star, pro-style QB by Oklahoma. Upon red-shirting his freshman year, he transferred to Butler CC after a position battle with Baker Mayfield and Trevor Knight. Hansen's high school offer sheet included Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Missouri, Auburn, Arizona State and Arkansas.
With three years of eligibility, Hansen joins a Red Wolves team fairly deep with quarterbacks, a squad that includes departing senior Fredi Knighten's understudy, James Tabary. But you can never have enough pitching, as indicated by the enthusiasm of the A-State coaching staff Wednesday evening.
HOWL YES! pic.twitter.com/YhIouJZ1Ql— Brian Early (@BrianEarly2) January 7, 2016
Spring practice for A-State begins March 9th. The quarterback battle should be interesting to say the least.