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Posted at 2:42 PM ET, 01/14/2011

Kevin McReynolds scratches Oregon from his list

By Josh Barr

St. John's defensive lineman Kevin McReynolds is taking an unexpected weekend off from the recruiting trail.

McReynolds, who missed half of this past season because of a sprained ankle, had planned to visit Oregon this weekend. The Ducks, though, wanted him to change the trip next weekend, when McReynolds plans to visit Mississippi State.

McReynolds said Friday that Oregon now is no longer under consideration. He has taken official visits to UCLA and Syracuse and also plans to visit Kansas State over the final weekend of the month before reaching his decision. He plans to make his choice on Feb. 2, the first day high school seniors can sign a National Letter-of-Intent.

McReynolds said he is still considering Maryland, but has yet to speak with new coach Randy Edsall.

"It's a school I've been to a million times and I feel like I know a lot about Maryland but now they have a new coach," McReynolds said. "It's in the back of my mind and makes me want to go up there and visit."

McReynolds, Gonzaga All-Met quarterback Kevin Hogan and DeMatha All-Met offensive lineman Cyrus Kouandjio all will play in the Team USA vs. The World all-star game in Austin, Texas, on Feb. 2.

By Josh Barr  | January 14, 2011; 2:42 PM ET
Categories:  Football, Kansas State , Kevin McReynolds, Maryland, Mississippi State, Oregon, St. John's, Syracuse, UCLA  
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