Pennsylvania RB ready for camp circuit

Warrington (Pa.) Central Bucks South running back Eric Reynolds was last heard from before the May evaluation period. Since then, the 5-foot-10, 192-pounder has been in touch with quite a few schools and is even setting up summer camps.
"I still have two offers from Connecticut and Temple," he said. "I'm planning to go to some camps.
"I'm going to Boston College, Delaware and then probably Rutgers and Syracuse. They are showing interest and some have said if I do well at camp I may get an offer, they just want to check me out in person first. All of the camps will be between the end of June and beginning of July."

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Reynolds already attended one camp last week to Villanova.
"It was alright," he said. "I had a nice time and there were a good amount of kids in attendance. The coaches said they liked me."
One school that is catching the Keystone State tailback's eye is Pittsburgh.
"I'm not hearing too much from them, but they want me to come up to camp too. I'm looking at going up there," he said. "I like the fact they are in the city and I think I could do pretty well there."
In general, what is Reynolds looking for in a college?
"I want a nice campus that is not too far away from home," he said. "I would be willing to go somewhere if I could play Division I and I liked it. I also want a good school academically."