Armstrong Hoping To Get Recognized At Fortius Project
Terry 2020 wide receiver Justin Armstrong is looking to become a key player for the Bulldogs in 2017 as he makes the jump to the varsity squad this season.
Armstrong will have a great opportunity to gain some much needed experience at the Fortius Project combine at Southwest Community College on May 6th.
"I want to overall get better as a player, even if I don't get selected to the All-Combine team or get the stronger award. I also plan on putting myself on the map at the Fortius Project," Armstrong told SES Mississippi of what he wants to accomplish at the combine.
Armstrong is looking to improve his game this offseason so he will be able to have a big sophomore season for the Bulldogs in 2017.
"I want to improve in all categories, but most of all I want to get faster and stronger," Armstrong on what parts of his game he's looking to improve this offseason.
Terry Head Coach JJ Plummer will need some young guys to step up offensively especially at the wide receiver position next season, as the three leading receivers for the Bulldogs in 2016 were all seniors. This will give Justin a great opportunity to make an immediate impact next season.
"I want to be an effective player on varsity as a sophomore and earn rank among the other class of 2020 football players in the nation," Armstrong on his goals for next season.
When asked if there was a College or NFL receiver that he tries to model his game after, Armstrong said,"Jarvis Landry". Jarvis Landry is the former LSU all-american and now Miami Dolphins star receiver.
Armstrong and Terry are looking to make a run in Region 3-6A and get into the playoffs in 2017 for the first time in Head Coach JJ Plummer's tenure.