Valor Christian's Dillon Reinkensmeyer commits to Virginia football

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Dillon Reinkensmeyer committed to Virginia to play football. (Jack Eberhard/JacksActionShots.com)

Valor Christian's Dillon Reinkensmeyer committed to play college football at Virginia on Monday.

Reinkensmeyer, a standout offensive lineman who will be a senior this fall, announced his commitment over Twitter.

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He had 15 total offers, according to his Rivals profile, including Colorado, Colorado State and Air Force, as well as Kansas, New Mexico, UNLV, Wyoming and Utah State.

Reinkensmeyer, who is 6-foot-5, 255 pounds, plays offensive tackle for the Eagles. He helped Valor Christian reach a sixth-straight title game last season when they played in the Class 5A championship.

His presence on the line helped Valor amass nearly 5,000 yards of offense last season, which ranked 11th among all classifications in 2014.

Virginia offered in May. The Caviliers went 7-6 last season, including 3-5 in the ACC.

Reinkensmeyer is the sixth in-state player to make his college choice from the Class of 2016. His junior season highlights are below.