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July 31, 2019 @ 09:33 AM

The grammar is correct. The rule is better stated as not ending a phrase with an unnecessary preposition, for example, "Where's the library at?" However, in your phrase the preposition adds meaning. To comply with the rule as it is often thought to be, your phrase would be "former Illini of whom he reminds me" which is way too grammar-snobby and clunky to be taken seriously.

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