Cullen Reynolds didn't need to see any more. He made his decision to become a Western Kentucky Hilltopper. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound lineman was sold on Jeff Brohm's program.
"It was pretty much a no brainer to commit to Western Kentucky," Reynolds said. "I talked it over with my family and just decided it would be an awesome fit for me."
Reynolds had a good feeling about the Hilltopper program and things just felt right.
"Wednesday at the Paducah satellite camp is when I committed. It was just an amazing feeling to get what you wanted since you were a little kid.
"I have a strong bond to Bowling Green. I have a lot of family there and I love the coaching staff. The rise of the program is awesome," he continued.
Reynolds had some interest from other programs, but not enough to keep him from making this move.
"I had some other in-state interest, but no offers. So Western Kentucky pulling the trigger first just shows how much they like me and believe in me. I'm committed to Western Kentucky," he finished.
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