The four-star tackle prospect from Warner Robbins is one of the top lineman in the region for the 2018 class, and had some nice things to say about his visit to Georgia yesterday.
"My visit was good." Armstrong said. "My favorite part was the practice and being able to sit down with offensive line coach Sam Pittman. I enjoyed being able to see his coaching style."
Pittman has already made his mark as a great recruiter as he was able to add Max Wray for the 2018 class, and the Bulldogs are sitting in a very good spot with 2017 tackles D'antne Demery, Tony Gray, and Andrew Thomas. Armstrong understands why other recruits also tend to like Pittman,
"We talked about how he was happy for me to be there and finally meet my parents." Armstrong said. "He said I was a big target for them and that he could see me playing immediately. I was able to talk to head coach Kirby Smart as well. I like how he was real honest with you and he gave me the vibe that I was wanted there."
Does Armstrong plan to be in Athens again soon?
"I don't know yet." Armstrong said. "I'm still deciding whether I'm going to their spring game or not but I am going to Florida and Clemson's spring game."
Armstrong also said that it's too early to say which coaches he has the best relationship with so far, and that all schools are coming after him evenly. The 6-foot-5 315-pound sophomore currently holds offers from major programs including Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Florida State, and Tennessee.