"I'm still out here having fun," Armwood said. "The main goal is to win. I'm out here working on my game and transitioning positions.
"I use the spring and the summer to work on my outside game. During the high school season, it's hard. We run a structured system at Montrose and the summer is more loose and you can work on what you want to."
The Rockville (Md.) Montrose Christian product is a power forward with a chance on transitioning to the small forward slot because of his athleticism and perimeter touch. College programs see the potential in the move. "A lot of schools say I'm a face up four man. I have to work on my skills. I'm a run up and down athlete who can do things. Eventually I want to step out onto the wing."
During the season, college recruiters were buzzing as well. At this stage in the process, one coach stands out amongst a distinguished group.
"Jay Wright," Armwood snapped. "It's the relationship I have with the coaches and they've been recruiting me since my freshman year. I have a good relationship with all the coaches and the players."
"I haven't talked to many head coaches but I've talked to all of them at least once. I mainly talk to the assistants."