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Standout Camas OL Reimer finds great fit at Montana State

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Rush Reimer first fell in love with Southwest Montana during a spring break road trip about a year ago.

Once the standout offensive lineman from Camas High in Western Washington figured out his family’s love of kite boarding, his acumen in mathematics and his 6-foot-6, 295-pound frame could all be put to good use at Montana State, Reimer knew he wanted to play football for Jeff Choate’s Bobcats.

“I just loved it there. The state of Montana has always been a place I wanted to be,” Reimer said in an interview in February. “The coaching, the lifestyle, the school, the campus, the town, it spoke to me.

“My family is super outdoorsy and my family is totally into kite boarding. I don’t know if they ever thought they were going to be a football player but they love the idea of free college. But it’s like a package deal for them. It’s such a great place, town and football program and there’s even kite boarding down there so they love it.”

Rush Reimer first fell in love with Southwest Montana during a spring break road trip about a year ago.

Once the standout offensive lineman from Camas High in Western Washington figured out his family’s love of kite boarding, his acumen in mathematics and his 6-foot-6, 295-pound frame could all be put to good use at Montana State, Reimer knew he wanted to play football for Jeff Choate’s Bobcats.

“I just loved it there. The state of Montana has always been a place I wanted to be,” Reimer said in an interview in February. “The coaching, the lifestyle, the school, the campus, the town, it spoke to me.

“My family is super outdoorsy and my family is totally into kite boarding. I don’t know if they ever thought they were going to be a football player but they love the idea of free college. But it’s like a package deal for them. It’s such a great place, town and football program and there’s even kite boarding down there so they love it.”

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About Colter Nuanez

Colter Nuanez is the co-founder and senior writer for Skyline Sports. After spending six years in the newspaper industry with stops at the Missoulian, the Ellensburg Daily Record and the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, the former Washington Newspaper Association Sportswriter of the Year and University of Montana Journalism School graduate ('09) has cultivated a deep passion for sports journalism during his 13-year career covering the Big Sky Conference. In August of 2014, Colter and brother Brooks merged their passions of writing and art to found Skyline Sports.

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