Recruiting has picked up for Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef linebacker Malcolm Munroe since his outstanding showing at the Miami NIKE Camp on April 1 in Coral Gables, Fla. While he still awaits his first scholarship offer, several major programs have been showing heavy attention.
"Alabama, LSU and Illinois have been showing me a lot of attention," Munroe said. "I visited Central Florida this past Saturday and toured their facilities and went up for their junior day. UCF was talking about offering me."
Crimson Tide assistant Lance Thompson has been keeping in touch with the 6-foot-4, 206-pound Munroe.
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"Out of letters and texts, Alabama is probably showing me the most interest," Munroe said.
LSU assistant coach D.J. McCarthy has been recruiting Munroe for the Tigers.
"It seems like I get a text from LSU almost every day," he said. "I have a lot of interest in LSU. I went to my brother's game when they played LSU and LSU played very good. They've got a lot of talent, that's for sure."
This weekend, Munroe will head up to the University of Florida, where his brother Dorian Munroe plays, to check out the Gators' spring game.
He's not sure if Florida will extend a scholarship offer.
"I don't know," he said. "They said that they liked my tape a lot. I guess I want to talk to them some more at the spring game and see."