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'08 Unwrapped: Warren Reuland

Warren Reuland

The first, and so far only, 2008 wide receiver offer tendered by Stanford and new head coach Jim Harbaugh was handed out earlier this month to Warren Reuland. The 6'5" junior has a national recruitment and list of favorites, with the Cardinal first on board. You may remember the older brother of this Mission Viejo (Calif.) High School athlete, but this story is different in several ways.

Warren Reuland is not his brother.  A quick look at his 6'5 size will draw many first-time observers to compare him with Notre Dame tight end Konrad Reuland, but the Mission Viejo (Calif.) High School junior has a different build, athleticism and vision for his future. "I'm going to be playing wide receiver," the younger Reuland says.  "I'm longer and lankier.  I think I'm a little bit... Recommended Stories

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