Mathews Adds New Offers
Tallahassee (Fla.) Florida A&M High School class of 2016 wide receiver/safety prospect Armunz Mathews continues to pick up scholarship offers this summer. The 5-foot-11 and 180-pound rising junior is also camping with the Georgia Bulldogs this week. "It (Georgia camp) is going good. I am working out today. I get to Athens around noon yesterday," said Mathews who has enjoyed his time on UGA's campus. The talented underclassman received his first scholarship offer from Alabama earlier this year. Since that time Mathews has started to receive a steady stream of interest and offers. According to Mathews the Alabama offer is not committable at this time. "I believe Louisville, Kentucky and FAU are my latest offers. It felt good to get the Kentucky offer; Coach Ansley (Kentucky cornerback coach Derrick Ansley) is real nice. It felt great to get the Louisville offer, it came from Coach Terrell Buckley, so it meant a lot," said Mathews of his newest offers. In addition to the Georgia camp, the underclassman says he may also attend camp at Florida State later this summer. Mathews also has offers from LSU, East Carolina, Florida International and South Florida. Iowa State and Michigan have also inquired about Mathews with FAMU High School head coach Ira Reynolds. Please check back with Scout.com for future updates on Armunz Mathews.
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