is having arguably the best season of any sophomore in the country, and colleges have definitely taken notice.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound quarterback from Charleston (Ark.)
has already thrown for 2,774 yards and 31 touchdowns in just seven games.
Arkansas State head coach Gus Malzahn has taken noticed and already offered Storey a scholarship, while both Arkansas and LSU are actively recruiting Storey, according to Charleston head coach Doug Loughridge.
A candidate for National Sophomore of the Year honors, Storey has also thrived on defense.
"He's our best defender wherever we put him," Loughridge told MaxPreps. "We put him in the secondary because we don't want him to get banged on. He's really a linebacker, but you don't really want your quarterback playing linebacker."
With three regular season games left and a potential of five additional playoff games, Storey could approach and even top 4,000 passing yards this season. Even if he falls short, expect to see his stock continue to skyrocket among colleges.