Reynolds: 'It Was An Awesome Trip'

Garrett Reynolds, the Tennessee offensive lineman, returned from his Chapel Hill visit Sunday where he joined a dozen or so other football recruits.

"It was an awesome trip," Reynolds said. "I loved the town, hanging out with the players, and also the coaches. We watched the football practice to get ready for the bowl trip."

When asked how the trip compared to his Virginia Tech trip last week, Reynolds said the jury is still out.

"I am not sure yet. I need time to think about it. I'm scheduled for a trip to Nebraska but I don't know if I will make it or not. I need to sit down and talk to my parents."

Reynolds parents also made the trip with Garrett to Chapel Hill and were also impressed.

"They liked it pretty well, too," he said.

Reynolds was hosted by Tar Heel offensive lineman Kyle Ralph. His primary UNC recruiter for is wide receiver coach Gunter Brewer.

He said he had time to talk with offensive line coach Hal Hunter during his visit.

"He told me that they like me as an offensive tackle and that they needed me and wanted me to play there," Reynolds said. "I had been to camp there during the summer but we didn't have time to look around. Pretty much practice and go to bed. I am really glad I had a chance to look at the campus and the city."

Reynolds' 10 offers include Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Nebraska (Dec. 17), Georgia Tech, Clemson, Wake Forest, Northwestern and Vanderbilt as well as a few others.

He said he does not have a timetable for his commitment announcement.

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