Armstrong Talks Southern Miss Offer

Southern Miss has been hitting Alabama hard in the early stages of the search for commits in the 2013 class, and they have found a huge offensive lineman who they extended an offer to. He talks about it and where he stands in this interview with

Noah Armstrong is a 6'7, 295 tackle from Lawrence County High School in Moulton, Alabama. He had been hearing from the Eagles, but in the span of three days he received some really good news.

"Things were a little quiet, then bam, I got three calls in three days, and three different offers," he explained. "I heard from MTSU, then Arkansas State, then Southern Miss in three days, all offered.

"I was real excited about that. I've worked hard to get those offers so it means a lot to me."

He talked further about how the Southern Miss offered and his thoughts on the school.

"I was actually in the hospital visiting someone when I got the call from Coach Zo," he said. "He told me they want me to come to school there and had a scholarship for me.

"I told them anyone who is constantly in the top two or three of their conference is a place that is on my radar," he added. "It is important for me to go to a school that has engineering, and also a school with a winning football program.

"Those are two huge things for me."

For now, the big tackle is working out and wants to see if he'll get any more offers. He would love to make a decision before his senior season to have that behind him.

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