Ohio four-star tight end Charles Reeves de-committed from Kentucky in January. Four months later, he holds offers from Alabama, Michigan State and Penn State, among others.
The 6-foot-6, 240-pounder, who has been called “one of the Midwest’s most dynamic playmakers” by Scout expert Allen Trieu, recently received an evaluation visit from the Nittany Lions and it left him wanting to know more about the program.
“Penn State came to see me at my school,” Reeves said. “Then Coach (Joe) Moorhead and Coach (Ricky) Rahne told me I need to come for a visit.”
Reeves agreed, and now will make the trip to Happy Valley.
“I plan on visiting Penn State before my vacation, around May 26 or 27,” he reported. “If not then, I'll visit them June 18.”
After making multiple visits to schools for their respective spring practices, Reeves now has nothing else on the docket besides the trip to PSU. At least for the time being.
"I have no other visits planned elsewhere at this moment,” he said. “I need to talk to my mom about what other schools to visit."
Reeves said he has no firm timeline for picking a program, adding, "I will announce my decision when I find a place that feels like home to me."
STATING HIS CASE: At Steubenville High last season, Reeves won Division IV first-team All-State honors. According to Trieu, he had nearly 50 catches and 10 touchdowns.
LIMITED OFFERS: Reeves and fellow Ohioan Matt Dotson are Penn State’s only known offers to uncommitted tight ends.
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