A second Southeastern Conference program has stepped up with a scholarship offer for Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef linebacker/athlete Malcolm Munroe.
"Auburn offered today," Munroe said. "I know that they are a premier program and the only school that beat the University of Florida Gators last season. They also have an interesting defensive scheme that I could fit in to."
Munroe talked about the scheme.
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"They can fit me into a 3-4 as a linebacker/defensive end hybrid," Munroe said. "They said I would be a perfect fit for them."
The Tigers join South Carolina as the second SEC program to offer Munroe. Clemson, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Syracuse and Central Florida, among others, also have offered the 6-foot-3, 204-pounder.
Munroe said a trip to Auburn for a camp this summer is possible.
"I might attend their camp but I am not sure right now," he said. "I don't have any plans yet."
Munroe added that he likely will camp at Florida and then begin the process of narrowing his list down
Munroe talked about the four schools that are recruiting him the hardest.
"UCF is recruiting me pretty hard," he said. "Also, Georgia Tech, Clemson and Louisville."
Munroe is a versatile prospect that could potentially play linebacker, defensive end, tight end or wide receiver in college.