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Colleges intrigued by big year from Keystone RB

Warrington (Pa.) Central Bucks South running back Eric Reynolds added two more offers in recent weeks. The 5-foot-10, 192-pounder is up to four Division I scholarships and now claims a favorite college as well.
"I had offers from Connecticut and Temple and then recently I got ones from Toledo and Bowling Green in the past couple weeks," he said. "Those two schools are very good programs, but I'm going to wait it out until the season is over before making a decision."
Are there any visits scheduled to date?
"Connecticut wants me to come, but there is no date set. I'm going to wait until the season is over."
A variety of other schools are taking an interest in the two-star prospect as well.
"Penn State was just at my game last weekend," he said. "I'm hearing from Boston College, Colorado and Iowa.
"Right now I'd say I really like Penn State and wish they'd recruit me more. They are close to home, a lot of people from my school go there and I grew up a fan of them."
What is Reynolds looking for in a college?
"It doesn't need to be close to home, that would be nice," he said. "I'm looking for good academics and a place I can play early. I definitely want to play by my sophomore or junior year."
Reynolds and Central Bucks South are still undefeated and in the second round of the playoffs.
"The season has been going good," he said. "I'm at 2,500-yards rushing with 33 touchdowns. I average about 230 to 240 a game.
"I've got to give credit to my offensive line. Our line has done a great job. I think I've done well too. I'm faster, my vision is better and I'm maturing."