Armstrong Talks UVa Visit

Trevion Armstrong

Trevion Armstrong made his return to Charlottesville on Saturday to visit UVa. The Chesterfield (Va.) Matoaca wide receiver caught up with Scout.com to discuss his visit to Virginia and where things stand in his recruitment.

Trevion Armstrong is no stranger to Virginia. The Chesterfield (Va.) Matoaca wide receiver has visited Grounds many times and he made another trip to visit UVa over the weekend. This time, however, Armstrong had the chance to see the Wahoos practice.

"Coach (Margues) Hagans is very precise on all the little fundamental things that helps you become a better wide receiver," Armstrong said after watching Saturday's spring practice. "Coach London gets a lot of wrap from people about the program, but he does a great job at practice. Everything is fast paced. They get a lot of things down in those two hours. Everything is back-to-back-to-back."

Armstrong, who holds offers from Pittsburgh, Charlotte, James Madison, Towson, Old Dominion and Marshall, wanted to get some answers on his most recent trip to Charlottesville.

"Coach (Mike) London promised to watch my film on Monday and if it is what he is looking for, he is going to go ahead and make it official," Armstrong explained. "He said he just was looking to see if I was going to be an H-back or a wide receiver."

The 6-foot-3, 209 pounder wide out, who is also seeing interest from Virginia Tech, Duke and North Carolina, would welcome an offer from the Cavaliers.

"It would be pretty big," he said. "It is close to home; it is only one hour and a half out. It would be good to still be around my friends and family. I can go home and see grandma, dad and mom, but also play in an elite level of college football."

Even if the ‘Hoos do offer, Armstrong would have a lot of thinking to do if the Tar Heels also pull the trigger.

"Both schools would be on the same level because my family likes both schools. They are both close to homes, either way it will be a good fit.

"UVa are the closest to pulling the trigger right now. I talked to UNC today and I talked to coach (Gunter) Brewer about going back up on April 12th for their spring game. They want me to come to chat a little bit more and see how they do things."

Every visit helping him land the answers that will place him one step closer to his future decision.

"I want to play early and get a good education. And all these schools have good education. So it is all about which school I can play the fastest."

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