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.