Offers rolling in

Offers rolling in

For some of the young men that go through the recruiting process, it is very difficult to narrow things down and make decisions. However, for Pflugerville Hendrickson running back Joseph Reese he has one advantage that most prospects do not have. His older brother Terrell went through the process last year and signed with Arizona.

For some of the young men that go through the recruiting process, it is very difficult to narrow things down and make decisions. However, for Pflugerville Hendrickson running back Joseph Reese he has one advantage that most prospects do not have. His older brother Terrell went through the process last year and signed with Arizona.

"I think I learned a lot about how everything works because he went through the process," Reese said. "I know the rules about what coaches can and can't do and I know how to handle myself and things like that."

The 6-foot-2, 190-pound Reese isn't living in his brothers shadows though as he already has a number of Big 12 schools hot on his trail.

"I already have offers from Texas A&M, Nebraska, LSU, Oklahoma and Arizona," Reese said. "I am getting a lot of interest from other schools from all over like Texas, Florida, USC and some others."

Just because Reese's older brother is headed to Arizona don't think that makes him a lock for the Cats. In fact, from the way he talks to the Cats could be on the outside looking in.

"Right now I am looking at Arizona, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma, LSU and Oklahoma State," Reese said. "I really want to stay close to home if I can though. I have a girlfriend here and I want to be close to my family so I don't mind leaving and going a little ways away, but just a few hours would be it."

Reese is headed down the road to Austin this weekend for the Longhorns junior day and checked out Texas A&M last month.

"I went to a junior day at A&M back at the end of January," Reese said. "I had a lot of fun when I went out there. I talked to the coaches and all and I got a real good feel for things. I am looking for a school that has a good business program because I want to major in accounting."

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