Reihner Into Chesapeake Bowl

Reihner Into Chesapeake Bowl

The Chesapeake Bowl continues to bolster their offensive line north of the Mason Dixon Line as Scranton, Pa., native Kevin Reihner accepted a bid to the game on Sunday night and Scout.com talked to the Stanford commitment about the game.

Kevin Reihner, a 6-foot-3, 270-pound offensive guard from Scranton Preparatory School is already committed to Stanford and he just made another commitment to the Chesapeake Bowl on Sunday night.

"I'm extremely excited and honored and I'm looking forward to playing with that I've known for a while like Paul Gaughan, Artie Rowell and Kyshoen Jarrett," Reihner explained. "I'm really looking forward to making the North proud. I think the concept of the game itself is great. I love that it's played in the winter time, it's a great idea with the North playing the South and I can very easily see it being one of the premier games in the country. I am really looking forward being able to say that I played in the first Chesapeake Bowl once it becomes as big as games like the All-American game."

The Chesapeake Bowl will be played on December 30th and will put the North against the South. The North team is represented by players picked from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware and the South team is comprised of players from Maryland, Washington, D.C., West Virginia and Virginia. The location of the game has not been decided yet, but should be announced shortly and all participants will go home with their own personalized jersey and a custom bowl ring which can be seen below in a lower resolution. The game will be open to the public.

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