4-star Reeve Koehler chose Arkansas over Kansas and others on Saturday.
Arkansas took a giant step in rebuilding its offensive line with the addition of Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis 4-star offensive guard Reeve Koehler on Saturday.
Koehler is at Arkansas for his official visit, but committed to the Arkansas coaches on Saturday. Koehler played in the recent U.S. Army All-American Game in San Antonio (Texas). He told 247Sports' Brian Perroni at that time how much he liked the new offensive line coach, Sam Pittman, at Arkansas.
“Coach Pittman came over from Tennessee and he said part of him coming over was that they had to take me,” Koehler told Perroni. “It's nice knowing a coach feels that strongly about you.”
Koehler chose Arkansas over Kansas, Tennessee and California. Koehler is the 14th commitment for Arkansas and the second one from this weekend. More on Koehler when he leaves the Arkansas campus in the morning.