Athlete Jharron Armstrong was scheduled to take his first official visit last week. The Washington (D.C.) Dunbar prospect didn't make the trip. What happened and what's next for the 6-foot-2, 187-pounder?
"I didn't go," he said. "I'm waiting for my clearinghouse papers to come back in and then I'll reschedule it. I have no visit planned right now."
Armstrong picked up a second offer not too long ago.
"Akron offered," he said. "The coaches actually told me they offered over the summer, but I never got the paperwork. When they called a couple weeks ago they informed me of the scholarship.
"I have been up there when we got ready for our game against a team in Ohio. We practiced at their facilities and they are great. It's a nice environment."
Meanwhile, at least a few other schools are in touch including Minnesota, Boston College, Connecticut, Eastern Michigan and Miami (Ohio).
Armstrong claims there are no leaders at this time.
The three-star prospect has helped Dunbar to a 2-2 record so far this year.
"The season is starting to go well, we're picking it up as a team," he stated. "It was a slow process.
"I'm just trying to get better each and every game. Mentally a lot has changed for me. I'm starting to read the offense better. I just have to work on my breaks and making more tackles. I know I have two interceptions this year."