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Michigan offers Reynolds
Michigan offered Mook Reynolds on Wednesday. "It's a big offer," said the 6-foot, 170-pound Reynolds. "It puts things into a different perspective. I'm looking forward to getting up there most likely sometime this summer to see what they have to offer." What appeals to Reynolds about Michigan? "Just the history of the program and the legacy of Michigan football," he said. "They have had players like Desmond Howard, Charles Woodson and many others go to the NFL and have long successful careers. It's one of the top programs in college football and to get an offer from them is really cool." He has developed a good relationship with cornerbacks coach Roy Manning, who is recruiting him. "Coach Manning is really cool," Reynolds said. "He's a young guy. He switched from coaching linebackers to corners and I think he's pretty excited about it. I like his demeanor and the way he recruits. He seems like a coach you would enjoy on the field and outside of football." Along with Tech and Michigan, Reynolds holds offers from Duke, East Carolina, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Tennessee. Georgia is also showing a significant amount of interest. Although he doesn't have any dates set, Reynolds has other visits besides Michigan in mind this summer. "I'm definitely going to get down to Georgia," he said. "I'm also going to get to Notre Dame and Tennessee." Reynolds, who committed to Virginia Tech nearly five months ago, was in Blacksburg last weekend. "It was pretty cool," he said. "The best part was hanging out with some of the other commits and the coaches. "It was good to meet some of the commits for the first time. We also got to hang out with some of the players and bond with them." Despite the offers, he remains firmly committed to Virginia Tech. "As of right now, my commitment to Virginia Tech is solid," Reynolds said. "I haven't seen any of the other schools that have offered me recently, so I do want to visit them, though."
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