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UMass Recruit: Peter Angeh, Notes

(2013 Recruit Peter Angeh/

Peter Angeh, a 2013 defensive end from Maryland that we’ve mentioned before, said he’s down to two schools: UMass and Ohio.

Angeh has offers from a number of schools, including Western Michigan, Temple and Cincinnati, according to Rivals. He picked up the Ohio offer earlier this month and also paid a visit to Amherst, according to the Washington Post.* He indicated that “academics and location as the two most important factors in picking his destination.”

In an interesting twist, the 6’3, 250-pound athlete considers kung-fu to be his best sport: “That was definitely my best sport. Compared to martial arts, I’m not even that good at football. I think I was really good. I have millions of trophies at home. That’s my thing.”

Check out his junior highlights here.

* The Washington Post inexplicably calls UMass, “U-Mass.” I guess that’s better than “U-Mass-Amherst.”

Malik Smith, a 2013 defensive end/linebacker from Orlando that we’ve talked about, said that he has been talking to Jeff Burris, UMass’ cornerbacks coach. Smith has an offer from Indiana. It’s unclear whether UMass has extended an offer yet.

Matt Roberts, the Director of Athlete Marketing for Pro-Dynamix, tweeted that UMass has asked for Kerron Johnson‘s film. Johnson is a 2013 wide receiver/defensive back from Highland High School in Blackwood, N.J. Check out his highlights here.

One Comment

  1. Andy says:

    The Washington Post must have taken a hint from the Mass Turnpike, where signage (unless they’ve changed it rather recently) still proclaims U-Mass.

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