Muy (6-3, 275, 5.10) is an outstanding guard prospect from Lincoln High School, one of the powerhouse programs in Florida. Quick and strong, Muy has added strength and bulk necessary to dominate on the offensive line.
Scholarship offers self-reported by players based on conversations they had with assistant coaches can often be misleading, but Danny Muy recently received a written scholarship offer in the mail. Alabama's proposal gives him a total of nine firm offers.
Muy plans to take an unofficial visit to the Alabama campus as soon as time and schedule permit.
The big lineman recorded 37 pancake blocks as a junior. For the year Muy graded out an impressive 86 percent.
Noted for sending offensive linemen to college, Lincoln High sports three Division 1A line prospects this year. Besides Muy, Calvin Darity and William Dull are also expected to sign scholarships.
In a story earlier this month, Muy told Robert Thorne of CUTigers and TheInsiders.com that he hasn't yet begun to pare down his list. "It's still very early," Muy said then. "I'm trying to find a school with a major that interests me but I'm not yet sure what I want my major to be."
Like most teenagers, Muy will lean on his parents during the process. "I'm talking with my parents a lot trying to find something that will interest me," Muy added.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Watch for a follow-up story from BamaMag.com recruiting editor Freddie Kirby soon.
Read all of the recent recruiting stories on Alabama recruits from TheInsiders.com.