The only school Josh Reese has already visited is Nebraska. "They are definitely moving in the right…
Reese Prepares for Playoffs
Josh Reese, the 6-foot, 175-pound three-star wide receiver from Central High School in Miami, Fla., has helped lead his team to a 9-1 record with over 600 yards receiving. Central High School start the playoffs this Friday, Nov. 20, against Columbus High School. Reese, ranked as the No. 74 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com, still denies a leader but favors Nebraska, South Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, UCF and Florida. He says all have offered. "I'm still real open," Reese said. "I want to take more visits before I narrow things down. But right now I'm probably most interested in the schools that are interested in me. South Florida, UCF and Tennessee are all recruiting me real hard." Reese says he likes the Bulls' offense. "They run the spread," he said. "And said they'll be passing the ball even more. They've got some receivers leaving and some young receivers there, so it'll be a good competition. They like playing freshman and said if I worked hard I could play early." Another school that Reese says will need receivers is Florida. "They said they lost a couple receivers last year and are losing more this year," he said. "It could be a good opportunity to play." "They also know how to have fun there, but still get the job done," he said. "They say that when you leave Nebraska you'll be prepared for life and not just the NFL." Reese doesn't have a timeframe for making a decision and says he'll schedule more trips after his playoffs are over. One school that Reese plans on visiting is Tennessee. "They're recruiting me hard too," he said. "They have a new staff and I like their style. "I think Tennessee is on the way up," he said. "I could tell that they'll be a great program. They are rebuilding, but I like how their team seems to play together. It's like they're brothers on the field." Besides his official visit to Nebraska, Reese hasn't attended any other games this season. "The first thing I'm looking at is the atmosphere and if it's a place I can see myself at for four to five years," he said. "The second thing is the offense and how deep they are and if they throw the ball. I want to be able to play." Reese reports a 2.5 core GPA and a 23 ACT.
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