“I did commit to Wake Forest,” Armstrong said.
Armstrong said the school easily sells itself.
“The school is great and it is in the ACC,” Armstrong said. “So why not.
“It is just a great town, a great environment, and I loved the coaches and how they make you feel at home,” Armstrong added. “There is like 30 guys from my hometown there as well, so that made it feel very comfortable.”
The Sunshine State connections continued for Armstrong as he was hosted by quarterback Kevin Sousa, who is also from the Orlando area.
“He said he loves it there,” Armstrong said. “I asked him why he chose it and he said it feels like home.”
Assistant coach Tom Elrod continues the theme of Florida ties at the North Carolina-based school.
“Coach Elrod, he is from Florida too,” Armstrong said. “He takes very good care of you.”
Another reason why Armstrong opted for Wake Forest is how they intend to use him. The 5-foot-7, 170-pound speedster said there are a lot of similarities to how he was utilized at Olympia during his high school career.
“They are going to use me a lot like I am used in high school,” Armstrong said. “We watched some film and they showed me how they are going to use me for some slot to the backfield, so basically as an athlete.”
Armstrong is now done with the recruiting process.