According to his father, Scott McPherson, Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln three-star offensive lineman Danny Muy is back from an injury his knee that kept him out for the first four games of the season and he’s better than he was ever before.
“Ever since he’s been back we’ve scored 95 unanswered points and have won 49-0 and 40-0,” McPherson said. “We call it the shock and awe offense.”
While things are going great on the field things are also going great in the recruiting battles. Muy already has a long list of scholarship offers but last week did add offers from Duke, South Florida and UCF. But it’s two teams from outside of the state of Florida that have him most intrigued at this point.
“We’re going to not visit anybody until after the state championship game, which is on a Thursday December 11,” McPherson said. “So we’re going to squeeze the five visits into that period after the state title game up until he decides.”
First up on the list will be Nebraska.
“We’ve already taken two unofficial visits to Alabama and Danny promised the Nebraska coach that he would visit them first,” McPherson said. “So we’re going to visit them and then also check out Alabama. Clemson is also going to get a visit. We’re still going to sit down and try to plot out the other two visits.”
The list of potential visits includes Florida, Florida State, Louisville, East Carolina and Middle Tennessee State, along with the other teams that recently offered.
Muy is 6-foot-4 and 280 pounds. He is ranked as the nation’s No. 9 offensive center and he could also project as an offensive guard.