Reuter commits to Virginia
On Friday Jarred Reuter took a visit to Virginia. Just a day later the 6-foot-8 post player committed to Tony Bennett and the Cavaliers. Reuter confirmed the news to Scout.com. "I felt really comfortable with the coaching staff and I think down the line they are all great coaches and I think it’s a great environment to be in," Reuter said. "I love the school. The campus is unreal and the academics are great. There wasn’t a better basketball fit for me." Reuter said he also considered Rhode Island, Providence, Iowa and South Carolina. He said the visit helped push him towards a commitment. "It gave me a comfort level with the coaches," he said. "I really saw the way they could use me. I met their player and saw how they work. I met their strength coach and what they do. It really set things over the top." Reuter is currently regarded as a three-star center. He spent the spring and summer playing with the NE Playaz. Reuter is a physical post presence that can score around the basket and is a very good passer out of the post.
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