In the thunderous flurry of allegations in the Nevin Shapiro/Miami football investigation by Yahoo! Sports, junior safety Ray-Ray Armstrong has been implicated.
Armstrong is considered by many to be one of the premier safeties eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft.
In recorded interviews with federal officials, Shapiro detailed the improper benefits Armstrong allegedly received during the recruiting process. According to the Yahoo! Sports report, Armstrong and two other Miami recruits were taken to a strip club by a former Hurricanes equipment assistant.
One sad note about the report is that Shapiro gave Armstrong a game-worn Sean Taylor Miami uniform. Armstrong wears No. 26, the same number as Taylor did as a phenom at Miami.
But what does this mean for Armstrong's pro prospects? Ultimately, very little. At worst, Miami could do with the associated players what North Carolina did last season. Armstrong could face a season-long suspension, but like many of the UNC players he could still be drafted high.
Former UNC defensive end Robert Quinn, for instance, had to sit out the entire 2010 season for receiving improper benefits. The St. Louis Rams still used the 13th overall pick on him. It's not the top 10 area many expected, but he still received a four-year rookie contract.
Yahoo! Sports rarely gets these things wrong, so make sure to follow along as this story will continue to develop in a rapid pace. Read the full Yahoo! Sports story here.