Reuter didn't have a chance to show his game off as much as he would have liked during the spring due to injury, but now he is healthy and ready for July.
"Things are going great now," said Reuter. "I had an ankle injury for a while, but I am getting over it now. I am just working hard to get ready for the live period and I am just trying to help my team can win a lot of games and play as well as I can."
The first offer to come for Reuter was from the Hoosiers, and that came on a visit where he said he was very impressed.
"It was huge for me to get that first offer," said Reuter. "They offered when I was on campus for their elite camp. I absolutely loved the school and the campus. That is a great place."
Also Reuter is impressed with the offer that he received from the Florida Gators.
"It is a prestigious program and coach for sure," explained Reuter. "They have been really successful and I have heard it is a great place so I am looking forward to seeing it. Florida will always be a school under consideration."
Recently Reuter made a visit to Boston College, and he came away with an offer and a strong impression of the school.
"The Boston College visit was great," he explained. "They offered me and it is a great place. I like the staff a lot, and it is close to home."
Upcoming Reuter is hoping to make visits to Providence and North Carolina.
At this point there hasn't been too much direct contact between the North Carolina staff and Reuter, but he says there is interest in setting up a visit.
"I haven't heard a lot from them, but one of the coaches I am close with in New England is close to their staff and he has contacted them about me making a visit," explained Reuter.
For now Reuter is just focused on his game and getting better, but when it comes to a school he has a good idea of what he is looking for.
"I am looking for more than basketball," explained Reuter. "I am looking for a place where I will fit in as a person. When it comes to basketball I want to go somewhere where I will play and whose style fits me."