"Some of the highlights from my visit was the eating, getting to see the stadium and going in the press box, and getting out on the town. I loved Winston-Salem. My player host was Kevin Sousa from Orlando. My mom came with me on the visit. She agreed with my decision to commit."
In his senior season at Olympia High School, Armstrong had 1250 all-purpose yards with 22 touchdowns and averaged 17.1 yards on kickoff returns. He's looking forward to spending more time with new Wake Forest wide receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield about his role in the offense.
"I met with him on the visit," Armstrong said of Stubblefield. "He's going to be coming down to see me next week for an in-home visit and I'll talk more with him then. Coach Elrod wants to use me the same way my high school did in a slot receiver and running back role, but probably more in the slot."
Armstrong was an All-State selection (Florida 8A) in 2012. In his junior season, he had 1755 all-purpose yards and received an offer from the Demon Deacons shortly thereafter. He also held offers from Duke, Cincinnati, Illinois, Iowa State, Temple, Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Northern Illinios, and South Alabama.