Aromashodu Sets Visits; Talks about UM

One of the nation's elite wide receiver prospects - Devin Aromashodu - has already scheduled some of his visits and the Miami Springs standout talks about the Hurricanes opening season win and also gives his thoughts on the recent parade of WR commitments to the UM program.

Devin Aromashodu, Miami Springs High School 6-2, 185, 4.45, 43-inch vertical jump (all at UM's summer camp) In the season opener against Dr. Krop last week, Aromashodu caught five balls, including two touchdowns. "I was frustrated," he said. "I felt there were so many plays where I could have gotten the ball and done something with it. I scored two touchdowns, but we lost, and I could have done a lot more. It was frustrating not being able to get the ball." Talk about a true competitor, this kid's what it's all about.

Inside the classroom, the standout wide receiver is fully qualified with a 3.0 core GPA and an 880 SAT score.

Which schools have called so far this month: I've gotten a bunch, probably around 15. Miami, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Northwestern, all of them.

Which schools have offered scholarships: The same ones. It's around 20, including all my favorites.

Who are your favorites right now: Miami, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Northwestern, and North Carolina State.

Do you have any visits scheduled: Ohio State for October 6 and Notre Dame for either November 3 or 16.

When will you visit Miami: I'm waiting to see when other players are taking their visits to Miami, then I'll decide. I would like to meet Marc Guillon, and he's visiting for the Washington game. And I want to meet Ryan Moore, but I dont know when he's visiting.

Talk about the Canes opener against Penn State: They were very impressive. They looked good. (Former teammate and very close friend) Willis (McGahee) played a lot.

If signing day were tomorrow, what's it looking like: I'm still leaning to Miami, but I want to take my visits. I'm in no hurry. If these schools want me, they will wait.

Talk about the recent wide receiver commitments for Miami: I see Moss committed. That's good. They have three good ones now. It doesn't matter to me. Those are all great players. As long as the ball gets spread around, it doesn't matter how many you have. They showed that against Penn State last week. They said something like eight players caught passes.

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