H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.) cornerback prospect Adeboye Aromire scored two new official offers recently, bringing his total to four. Aromire, who received an offer from Virginia Tech in January, believes he could be close to adding more schools to the offer list.
“I’ve added two more offers. I got UNC and West Virginia,” reported the 6-0, 180-pound junior. “I’m waiting for offers from Clemson and Georgia. With Georgia, I really think they are going to pull the trigger soon.”
With North Carolina now in the fold, Aromire now boasts three offers from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The talented athlete certainly seemed high on Maryland and Virginia Tech in our last interview, but this time around he backed off of naming any favorites.
“I’m considering all the schools right now,” Aromire said. “I don’t really have a leader right now.”
Aromire discussed the four programs that have offered.
“I feel real good with Virginia Tech,” he began. “Coach Sherman visited a lot this year. We got to talk about the situation there for me. Every time we talk, it turns into an in-depth conversation. I’m trying to get down for a visit, but I don’t know when that will be.
“I’ve visited Maryland. It’s a good place and a good environment. I’ve talked to coach [Ralph] Friedgen and coach [James] Franklin a lot.
“I’ve talked to the UNC coach a couple of times. It’s a nice campus from what I’ve been told.
“With West Virginia, I’m close with coach [Chris] Beatty, my recruiting coach. He’s a nice guy. He talked about how I’d fit in.”
Coach Sherman has relayed how he feels Aromire would fit in, on and off the field, at Virginia Tech.
“He tells me about the everyday schedule, living, the practice schedule and the team,” said Aromire, who is being recruited by Tech as a boundary corner. “He tells me where he believes I’d stand athletically and on the campus. It sounds good.”
Aromire had hoped to visit Virginia Tech last week, but he couldn’t because of a track event. He still wants to visit Blacksburg soon, but no date has been set at this time. In addition to running indoor track right now, Aromire is also...
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