The scholarship offers continue to come in for Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef linebacker/athlete Malcolm Munroe. On Tuesday, the 6-foot-4, 210-pounder picked up two offers, including one from an Atlantic Coast Conference program, and a parade of coaches stopped by his school to check up on him.
"Army and Georgia Tech offered today," Munroe said. "The Army recruiter came to my school and when they were leaving he said they would like to offer me a scholarship. (Georgia Tech) sent me a text and asked if I had received an offer yet, so I guess they were thinking it would come in the mail. They have offered, though. I am really interested in Georgia Tech."
The offers from Army and Georgia Tech come on the heels of an offer from Louisville on Monday.
Previously Clemson, Central Florida, South Carolina, Syracuse, Connecticut and others had offered.
Several coaches from programs who have yet to offer have been by Coral Reef to check on Munroe in recent days.
"Today, (Florida head coach) Urban Meyer and (Gators area recruiter) John Holliday both came to the school, along with assistants from Bowling Green and Kansas State," he said. "Yesterday, Chuck Amato from Florida State came by the school and UCF assistant David Kelly came by the school."
The interest from the Gators and Noles means a lot to Munroe.
"(Getting an offer from Florida, Florida State or Miami) would mean a lot because it makes you an established recruit in Florida," he said. "It would mean a lot."
Munroe, whose brother Dorian Munroe plays for the Gators, remains wide open among the programs he is considering.
"I still might be getting more offers," he said. "I am still trying to take things as they come and see what happens. I don't want to eliminate anybody."