Pasadena (Calif.) wide out Armon Binns took his first official visit this past weekend to Cincinnati. The visit obviously went well as Binns left the visit a Bearcat.
"They offered Armon on the visit and he jumped on it," Mark Binns, Armon's father said. "He committed to Coach Kelly and is excited to be attending Cincinnati.
"The visit went really well and I know Armon really liked Coach Elston and how he recruited him. They have great facilities and of course he loves the spread offense they'll be using.
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"Coach Kelly told Armon he'll have a chance to play as a freshman next year and that was important to him as well."
Binns, 6-2, 185 pounds had a very solid senior season catching 39 balls for 745 yards and 11 touchdowns. He's the younger brother of former Oregon cornerback Marques Binns but will play on the other side of the ball in college.
The younger Binns has very good size, runs well and makes plays. He has excellent hands and was one of the most under-recruited players in the state this year.