"Delaware was a good experience for me. I spent the day working out with wide receiver Coach [Brian Ginn] one-on-one. He showed me around the campus and I got the chance to see the facilities. The stadium was bigger then I expected and the practice fields were really nice. At the end of my visit, they took me into the coaches' office and offered me a scholarship on the spot. It was exciting."
"Maryland loved my size and speed. We did a lot of one-on-one drills and I worked with some coaches from other schools as well. Wide receivers Coach [Bryan Bossard] worked a lot with me and showed me around campus."
"Rutgers was just a one-day camp and I mostly worked one-on-one with the tight ends coach [Joe Susan]. We spent a good amount of time talking about technique and working out in somewhat of an H-Back role. Coach [Kyle] Flood is my recruiter and is a really nice guy. They want me to come down again and work out. I'm open to any location, but staying close to home would be a nice bonus."
Right now, Momah holds offers from Delaware and Hofstra, but he expects that number to grow in the near future.
"Duke, Syracuse and Rutgers have been recruiting me heavily as of late, so I think there's a good chance one of them offers soon."
Momah was a first team All-County and first team All-Conference selection while winning his team's MVP award his junior season.