At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Miami Springs standout wide receiver Devin Aromashodu saw his season come to an end last Friday night and began tapping into his future when he took his first official visit this past weekend. Aromashodu, a full academic qualifier, ended the season with 24 receptions for 518 yards (21.7 per catch) and six touchdowns. He also added four rushing touchdowns on the season with over 300 yards.
"I took my first visit to Michigan State this past weekend," Aromashodu said. "It was great, I had a lot of fun there. The football team gets great support from their fans."
So what's up next for the talented wide receiver? "I have Auburn for November 16th," he said. "I'm not sure whether I'll take my visit to Northwestern on the 30th. That's still up in the air. I go to North Carolina on December 14."
Aromashodu is still taking weekly calls from those three schools along with Miami, Florida, and Notre Dame.
"I'm still leaning to Miami," he said. "They're still at the top of my list. I may or may not visit there officially. I know for sure that I'll be at the Washington game for an unofficial visit."
Aromashodu also had this to offer about one of the kids he hung out with in East Lansing. "[Terrell Walden] said he's down to UM and Michigan State.
Devin Aromashodu Interview
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