Armani Reeves back?
The former Ohio State defensive back graduated with a communications degree on Sunday. Reeves came to Columbus as a heralded four-star recruit from West Roxbury, Massachusetts in 2012, Urban Meyer's first Ohio State class.
Coach Meyer told me during recruiting that I would win a national championship, have big rings and graduate from OSU.I guess he was right— Armani Reeves (@PTReeves8) May 8, 2016
Unfortunately, concussions sidelined Reeves throughout much of his career. He didn't play in 2015 after taking a medical hardship waiver that February.
According to Reeves, however, his playing days may not be over. Shortly after receiving his degree, he tweeted confirmation in a report about mutual interest with Boston College:
Though this appears to be far from official, Reeves would be allowed to play immediately in 2016 as a graduate transfer. Former Urban Meyer offensive disciple Steve Addazio is the coach of the Eagles.