Reams Opens Back Up

The recruiting process is back open for Warren Township (Ill.) tight end Caleb Reams, check out the reasons why inside.

Rewind back just a few months ago, and Warren Township tight end Caleb Reams was picking up his first offers from Toledo and Western Michigan.

Shortly after he added the offer from the Broncos, Reams decided to commit -- but after adding offers from Illinois, Syracuse, Northern Illinois, Wake Forest, and interest from countless others.

Because of the surge of interest and how quickly Reams made up his mind, he has decided to reopen his recruitment.

"It was very hard for me to decommit because I fell in love with the coaching staff right when I stepped on campus at Western Michigan," Reams said. "But I never really fell in love with the school. Coaches can leave a school for any particular reason."

He added, "And because this decision is a life decision I have to choose a school where I would want to be if the coaches left."

Western Michigan is a school that Reams hopes to continue the recruiting process with.

"With that said, I hope that Western Michigan continues to recruit me as I open the process back up," Reams said. "From here I will go on some more visits and I may get to a few camps."

"I am excited about being able to explore all of the great opportunities that have presented themselves to me," Reams said.

There are some specific camps and visits that Reams has planned in the coming months.

"I will take an overnight visit and camp at Wake Forest," Reams said. "I will also be camping at Wisconsin and possibly camping or visiting Illinois again."

While taking those visits, Reams has several things he would like to check out.

"For camps, I am looking for how the coaches coach, that is one thing that I want to make sure I have a good understanding of," Reams said. "I want to make sure I know how they coach and run a program."

He continued, "For visits I want to see how the environment is around the team and the chemistry."


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