Over the weekend, West Virginia lost a commitment from 2011 point guard Ryan Boatright. Monday, the Mountaineers and 2012 prospect Jalen Robinson decided that it would be best for him to open things back up.
A 6-foot-8 power forward who can run the floor and finish around the rim, the junior is looking towards a big year at Columbus (Ohio) Northland. With Jared Sullinger gone to Ohio State, he's expected to play a much larger role and he looked during the summer like he would be capable of doing so.
Playing with All-Ohio's successful 16 and under team, Robinson was a key performer. He took care of the glass, ran the floor and showed an improving offensive game.
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Previous to his commitment to West Virginia Reynolds had been pursued by the likes of Ohio State, Xavier, Ohio, Kent State, Wake Forest and others. For now, he remains wide open.