"Compared to [some of] the others it hasn't been as much," he said. "I went down there for a camp last year and it's one of the schools I really like. I got a good impression from that trip.
"I'm hoping that if I am able to go down there maybe I'll impress them and get an offer. I remember the campus being real nice, and the location of the school isn't too bad. It's not really as far from home as it might seem."
For a while Muha was listed as a linebacker, but the 6-2, 230-pound prospect from Montour High School in McKees Rocks, PA projects as a defensive end.
"Yeah, that's where I've been playing," Muha explained. "I've got a lot of intensity and I'm going to go 100-percent every play. Some guys might be a tad faster than me, but I make up for it.
"I ran the 40-yard dash in 4.85 seconds at Duke, and at Ohio I ran it in 4.87. Earlier at Pitt I had run it on field turf and I tried to go with my track spikes, and both times I slipped right at the start. That's why I ran a 5.06 there. I'm normally in the 4.85 range."
Muha is an excellent student and carries a 4.0 grade point average. It should come as no surprise that academics will be a big factor in his decision.
"Absolutely, that will be huge. If I'm going to get a free education I'm going to get the best one I can find. Assuming I don't make the NFL, because not a lot of guys do, I want to have the best degree possible."
Muha plans on making his decision before the start of his senior season.
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