Bishop Miege wide receiver Jafar Armstrong was congratulated by his father, Jemal Armstrong, on Wednesday after he signed his letter of intent to play college football for Notre Dame surrounded by friends and family at the high school's auditorium. The highly recruited player committed in June to attend Missouri but changed his mind on Sunday, switching to the Fighting Irish.
Bishop Miege wide receiver Jafar Armstrong was congratulated by his father, Jemal Armstrong, on Wednesday after he signed his letter of intent to play college football for Notre Dame surrounded by friends and family at the high school's auditorium. The highly recruited player committed in June to attend Missouri but changed his mind on Sunday, switching to the Fighting Irish. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Bishop Miege wide receiver Jafar Armstrong was congratulated by his father, Jemal Armstrong, on Wednesday after he signed his letter of intent to play college football for Notre Dame surrounded by friends and family at the high school's auditorium. The highly recruited player committed in June to attend Missouri but changed his mind on Sunday, switching to the Fighting Irish. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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