May 22, 2012
Fromayan to visit Wake
Eason Fromayan and his family will visit Wake Forest Monday, June 4, while his teammates Josh Harris and Cory Helms are going up to Winston-Salem Friday, June 2 after the Demon Deacons made scholarship offers to the Alpharetta (Ga.) Milton offensive linemen Thursday, May 17.
"It's going to be like an unofficial visit," Fromayan said. "We're [he and his family] going to meet them [Wake's coaches] up there for the day and tour around the school, and just see Wake Forest."
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive tackle added he wants to get a feel for Wake's campus and what life is like there.
Lonnie Galloway and Jonathan Himebauch are recruiting Fromayan for the Demon Deacons.
"They're [Galloway and Himebauch] pretty cool," Fromayan said. "They came two or three times to Milton. They're definitely really cool guys. I've talked to Coach Galloway a couple of times before, so I definitely know them. They Facebook message me a lot too, so I get to talk to them a lot."
He is interested in studying business as his major for college.
Fromayan is impressed with Wake's business school, and said he might meet with some of the university's academic officials during his visit.
He also claims scholarship offers from Cincinnati, East Carolina, South Florida, Syracuse, South Alabama and UNC-Charlotte.
"I keep in contact with all of them for sure," Fromayan said. "I'm pretty good at keeping in contact with all of them."
Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville and TCU are also showing interest in Fromayan.
His parents are TCU alums, so he grew up cheering for the Horned Frogs. He said it would be cool to follow in his parents footsteps.
"I've only visited Kentucky, Georgia Tech and Louisville," Fromayan said. "We're going to South Florida again in a couple of days, Cincinnati [and] ECU."
UK's athletics director Mitch Barnhart gave Fromayan a tour of the university.
Fromayan said pass-blocking is his strength. The Peach State product is working to improve his run-blocking and to get stronger.
He is aspiring to make the All-District, All-Metro and All-State teams as a senior.
Fromayan said Harris, Helms and him have talked about playing together at the in college.
"We're all going to take the visits and then see after that," Fromayan said. "We've got the whole summer with each other to think about playing with each other."
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