The Sanford (Fla.) Seminole product picked up most of his offers in the month of February and then things slowed down.
His most recent scholarship offer came from LSU and that was one he had his eye on.
“Coach (D.J.) McCarthy offered like a week ago and since then I’ve talked to him a couple of times,” said the nation’s third ranked weak side linebacker. “He was telling me how I could play early and how they wanted me to play safety. I’ve been watching them for the last couple of years and they’ve been winning a lot and have great players come out of there. That will be one of the places I take an official visit to.”
Armstrong is already thinking about where he will take his visits to and this weekend he will take an unofficial to Miami.
Some have mentioned that the big three in Florida will have the upper hand in his recruitment but Armstrong said that is not necessarily the case.
“I never thought I would be getting all of these offers so I’m looking at all of them equally,” he said. “I haven’t made my mind up about staying in Florida because I would like to go out-of-state too to experience something new. So, I wouldn’t say that any school in Florida will have any edge right now.”
Note: Armstrong spent time on both sides of the ball as a junior and finished with 30 tackles and two interceptions on the defensive side.