Former Mission Viejo (Calif.) standout and Notre Dame transfer Konrad Reuland is finishing off the year at Saddleabck JC (Calif.). He has already taken two official visits but according to his former high school coach, the tight end could be leaning to playing in the Pac 10 next year.
Reuland, 6-6, 240 pounds received his release from Notre Dame earlier this year and didn't waste any time jumping back on the recruiting train. He has already taken official visits to Alabama and Colorado and still has a handful of schools on his list.
"Konrad is doing really well right now," Diablo coach Bob Johnson said. "He's over at Saddleback for the year and has been real supportive of us. He has been to every game and a lot of practices and is looking forward to finding a new place to play next year.
"He really liked the Colorado visit a lot and gets along great with Coach Hawkins. He's not in any hurry to decide and will probably take a few more trips although I don't know if he has any dates set right now.
"When it call comes down to it, I really think Konrad wants to play closer to home and will end up in the Pac 10 somewhere. Cal, UCLA and Stanford are the main three in-state schools that are talking to him that he likes so my guess is it will be one of those schools."