Three-star ATH puts recruiting on hold

Washington (D.C.) athlete Jharron Armstrong will wrap up his senior season on Thursday in the championship game. The 6-foot-2, 187-pounder has put together a big year for Dunbar. Has that resulted in his share of recruiting interest?
"The season is going great," he said. "I'm looking forward to making ti back to the championship.
"I think we're 9-3 now. We're a team; we don't depend on one guy to do everything for us. Big plays come from everybody. I've done well. I'm playing receiver and cornerback. I have four or five interceptions this season."

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On the recruiting front, schools continue to monitor the three-star prospect.
"I believe the last school I talked to was Toledo," he said. "They told me they are looking for seven defensive backs, but they weren't going to rush. They're going to wait to see how the season finishes out.
"Most of the schools talking to me are waiting to see how the season goes."
Is Armstrong beginning to consider visits?
"I believe I might take my visit to Syracuse in December," he said. "I don't have a date on it yet. It would be an official.
"I also stay in touch with a bunch of other schools, Minnesota, Akron, Syracuse, Miami (Ohio), Delaware and others. I have offers from Syracuse and Akron. A lot of the other schools are waiting to see my film."
At this time, the No. 53 athlete in the country claims there are no favorites.
"It's hard to think about that since I don't have that many offers," he said. "I can't pick and choose. I do like Akron and Syracuse because they have offered."