Reeves On The Opening

West Roxbury, Mass., CB standout Armani Reeves talks to Fight On State about his summer so far and his recent trip to the West Coast.

Four-Star Mass., CB Armani Reeves has been focusing on one thing this summer.

"Football has been my summer," Reeves said. "So far, so good, though."

Reeves recently attended the Opening, a Nike camp in Beaverton, Ore. The camp showcased the top 150 players in the nation.

"My favorite thing was just playing with the top players," Reeves said. "And competing, and obviously winning it all."

Reeves 7-on-7 team brought home top honors in the tournament.

"I want to win every championship I can," Reeves said. "Starting with the one in Oregon."

A championship that Reeves was no doubt a large part of.

"I think I did pretty well," Reeves said. "A lot of people said I was lockdown."

Reeves went into the camp with a few more goals other than taking home the title.

"I just wanted to get away from it all this past week," Reeves said. "You know, just enjoy myself and have a good time."

Even though the Catholic Memorial HS standout was on the West Coast for the Opening, he reunited with some East Coast friends -- and fellow Penn State recruits.

"William Mahone and I hung out a lot," Reeves said. "And I played against Eugene Lewis and saw Demetrious Cox too."

All in all? "It was a blast," Reeves said.

Now that Reeves is back in West Roxbury, Mass., he is ready to focus on recruiting again.

"Penn State is number one still," Reeves said.

Reeves has named his top two as Penn State and Notre Dame, with Boston College and Stanford rounding out his top four.


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