Greg Garmon of Erie (Pa.) McDowell is shaping up as one of the top running back prospects in Western Pennsylvania during the Class of 2012. The talented junior took his talents on the road last weekend as he attended the Army All-American Combine.
"I did really well in the 40 and in the 1-on-1's," said Garmon, who ran a 4.40 and a 4.41 in the 40 down in San Antonio. "It was good. There was a lot of competition down there, and those will be the kids I will be playing with or against later in life."
With recruiting, Garmon, 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, already has multiple offers.
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"I have three offers so far, so recruiting is pretty good," said Garmon. "I have North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, which is my last one. I'm also getting interest from Rutgers, Wisconsin, Iowa, Purdue and more."
During the fall Garmon attended games at Pittsburgh, North Carolina and Penn State, and one of these visits continues to stand out.
"North Carolina was the best, because I got to meet some of the incoming player, and I just had a good time with the coaches," said Garmon, who has no further visits planned at this time.
Finally, Garmon gave some insight on his junior season at McDowell.
"My junior year went well," said Garmon. "I had over 1,200 yards, but we lost in the first round of the playoffs this year to Gateway."