2011: Started in five of eight games played at wide receiver ... caught 14 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns ... hauled in a 21-yard touchdown pass in the win over Morehead State ... had three catches for 22 yards and caught a touchdown the following week at Youngstown State ... recorded a season-high three catches for 48 yards in a win over No. 16 Indiana State ... missed the final three games of the season due to injury.
2010: Recruited as a quarterback, but moved to wide receiver during fall camp ... played in 10 games at wide receiver, with two starting assignments ... caught nine passes for 126 yards and three touchdowns ... averaged 14 yards-per-catch ... recorded first career catch at Northwestern ... hauled in first-career touchdown pass, a 15 yarder, at Indiana State ... pulled in a career-high three passes for 38 yards and recorded second touchdown catch of the season in the Homecoming win over No. 14 North Dakota State ... snagged a pair of passes and turned one into a touchdown against Youngstown State.
Cocoa HS: Rated as a two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... as a senior, led team to a 14-0 record and the class 2A state championship ... finished senior season 80-for-120 for a total of 1,601 passing yards ... threw just three interceptions in those 120 attempts ... rushed 96 times for 731 yards and 13 touchdowns ... also served as the team's punter, with 27 punts for 1,119 yards (41.4 avg.) ... put 11 of those punts inside the 20-yard line and had a long of 59 yards ... voted as the Florida Dairy Farmers 2A State Player of the Year ... finished third in the Florida Mr. Football voting ... tabbed as the District 11 Player of the Year ... All-Cape Coast Conference first-team selection ... as a junior, completed 51 passes for 969 yards and 11 touchdowns ... also rushed 106 times for 426 yards and 10 touchdowns ... first-team All-Cape Coast Conference selection ... also played football and basketball.
Personal: Born October 1, 1991, in Titusville, Fla. ... son of Jason and Kim Armour...has two siblings, Wayne Younger (21) and Zachary Armour (12) ... also recruited by Jacksonville State, Appalachian State, and Murray State.