January 22, 2010
Armstrong narrows his list down to two schools.
For hard hitting Aaron Armstrong (A.J.), he has narrowed his college list down to two schools and he plans to take official visits to both. One school is Army, as well as Wisconsin out of the Big Ten.
"I have two official visits coming up," states the 6-foot-1, 225 pound linebacker-fullback. "Wisconsin this weekend (1/22) and Army next weekend (1/29).
Right now I'm leaning towards Army, but Wisconsin has recruited me through this whole process and they've offered me a preferred. So I owe it to them to hear what they have to say and if they come through would something, we'll go from there
but I'm leaning towards Army."
Armstrong, who is out of Neenah (Wisc.) Neenah High School made it clear that he will be making his decision soon after his visit to Army.
Armstrong had previously taken an unofficial visit to Army when the Black Knights hosted VMI. But this time around, he wants to see the details that only an official visit can offer.
"When I went there on my unofficial, I got chance to see what it's like for football," confirms Armstrong, who compiled 107 tackles and rushed for approximately 667 yard (5.4 yard avg.). "Now I want to see what it will be like to be a student, I want to see where I will be lodging, where I'm going to eat, go to class. I want to take the visit more in-depth and I want to know what their plans are for me and my future there."
GoBlackKnights.com will continue to stay in touch with Aaron Armstrong up until his final decision.
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