Greathouse listed the following as schools who have contacted him: Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, Texas A&M, TCU, Arizona State, BYU and Texas Tech.
The 6-foot-5, 290 pound lineman confirmed with RaiderPower.com Thursday he will be at Texas Tech’s junior day on Saturday.
The confirmation came after a question regarding the relationship between Greathouse and Tech offensive line coach Lee Hays.
“Good, he seems like a great guy. Can’t wait to meet him this weekend,” Greathouse said in a text message conversation.
Junior day seems to be nothing new to the Rider product. He’s been to a few of them and plans on going to several more. The only one aside from Tech he knows he will attend at the moment is Oklahoma State.
“I’ve been to a few. I expect to meet all the coaches and some of the other recruits. (I will) probably take some pictures in a jersey, all that fun stuff.”
This will not be the first time Greathouse has seen the campus either.
“I know a little. I’ve been to a game a few years ago, I went to a camp this summer, and I know a little about the academic plans offered there. I know a lot of people that went to Tech, so I know some.”
Score a couple of points in Tech’s favor for the offense Kingsbury and co. run. According to Greathouse, it’s similar to the offense Rider performs.
“I like it. It’s familiar because it’s a lot of the same things that we run.”
Texas Tech currently has two commits from the class of 2016.