Muncy Adds Second Offer

Matt Muncy

Wide receiver Matt Muncy, a 6'4 receiver out of Tazewell, Virginia, has had an offer from Wake Forest for over two months. However, this past weekend, Muncy picked up his second offer, a scholarship from Duke.

This past weekend was a big weekend for wide receiver Matt Muncy. A 6'4, 200 pound prospect from the class of 2009, Muncy visited two ACC schools and was able to add another ACC scholarship this past weekend.

"I met at Wake Forest at 10:30 with the strength coach," Muncy said of his weekend. "I met that day with Coach Russ and got to sit in and meet with Coach Grobe. It was really good. I've been to Wake Forest four times now so I'm real familiar with them."

After another great visit to Wake Forest for the spring game, Muncy traveled to the triangle area of North Carolina to visit another ACC school. "Then I went to Duke. I've been talking to Coach [Marion] Hobby there. He was impressed with my film and said he just wanted to meet me. He wanted to make sure I was really 6'4 because he said I moved so well on film. He said that you wouldn't ask out a girl without meeting her first."

With that, the Duke staff offered Muncy a scholarship. "They offered me," he said. "Then I got to sit with Coach Cutcliffe and he told me their plans for the school and football program and everything..."

Wake Forest and Duke have now offered Muncy a scholarship and the Virginia native is also receiving interest from a host of other schools. "Purdue is supposed to be down the first of May so they are there and UVa seems very interested and I plan to visiting them in the following weeks. Marshall, I'll visit soon and Vanderbilt. I recently went to Tennessee's junior day too."

With two offers on the table, Muncy plans to make a decision before the end of the summer. "I would like to commit definitely by my senior year. The first time I went to Wake Forest I fell in love with it so I really like them. Duke was great but I haven't seen enough of them yet.

This summer, Muncy plans to make additional unofficial visits to schools and may attend a couple of camps at colleges around the southeast.

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