Top 2 for Speedy WR

Trey Womack is a 6-foot and 170-pound wide receiver prospect by way of Malvern Prep. in Pennsylvania. caught up with the Keystone state prospect who is now ready to announce his top two schools.

"My top two schools are UVa, and Tennessee," said Trey Womack of Malvern Prep (Pa.). "I like Northwestern, Nebraska and Rutgers as well. Everyone has a shot."

Womack discusses his early leaders.

Tennessee: "I like the tradition and the program. They have a reputation of sending players to the NFL."

Virginia: "They are an up-and-coming program. They are in need of defensive backs. I think I fit into their system very well. They have a very strong academic program as well."

Although not in his top two, the speedy receiver has a lot of interest in Rutgers.

"Rutgers is another up-and-coming program," said Womack. "I think they are going to shock some people this year. They don't really have much to lose, and that's when a team is very dangerous."

"Coach [Phil] Galiano is my recruiting coach. He is a real cool guy. He is from my area so he can relate to me better than other coaches. He is doing a great job in recruiting me," Womack added.

The two-star receiver has several key aspects he will consider when making his decision.

"I am looking for a school where I fit in well," he said. "I want to go somewhere with a great academic program. I want people to think very highly of me when I receive my degree from a well known academic school."

"We have most of our games on Saturday. I have not been able to attend any games. I have checked out a few schools. I have been to UVa, Rutgers, Michigan, Purdue and Tennessee. I have been all over the place," Womack added.

Malvern Prep is 3-0 [at the time of this interview, Malvern Prep had not yet played Downington East]. They will host Downington East Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m.

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