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'11 Pennsylvania WR Puts Hawks in Top 3

You hear of a lot of players being recruiting on both sides of the ball. Not many of them get looked at as receivers and linebackers, however. Armstead Williams of Gateway High in Monroeville, Pa. is one of them. Hawkeye Insider caught up with the gifted athlete and his coach to find out the latest on his recruitment.

Plenty of prep players are athletic enough to be recruited at more than one position. However, it's not often that he is looked at as a wide receiver and linebacker at the BCS level. "It's a testament to how athletic he is," Monroeville, Pa. Gateway High Coach Terry Smith of his Class of 2011 recruit, Armstead Williams. "He can go in the trenches and take on offensive linemen or he can be out on... Recommended Stories

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