Four-star Massachusetts cornerback Armani Reeves may be nearing a decision. Reeves, who decommitted from Penn State earlier in the week, is down to two schools: Michigan and Ohio State. After hosting coaches from both schools for in-home visits in recent days, Michigan may hold a slight lead, according to Rivals.com's Mike Farrell.
Armani Reeves in home with coach Mattison from #Michigan went well according to source, source feels its 52-48 #Michigan over #OhioState— Mike Farrell (@rivalsmike) January 25, 2012
Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison visited Reeves on Tuesday night. On Monday night, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer and some of his assistants visited Reeves. These visits followed a visit from Michigan head coach Brady Hoke over the weekend.
Although Michigan may currently hold a slight edge, Farrell did say that he thinks a "huge factor" that favors Ohio State is Camren Williams. He is also a former Penn State commit and is a high school teammate of Reeves. Williams committed to Ohio State last week, so if Reeves wants to go to the same college as Williams, Ohio State has that factor working in its favor.
A specific announcement date has not yet been set by Reeves.