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Commitment Status:Signed LOI

Terrell Reese

College Choices

School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
UtahCOMMITTED (06/03/2009)Offered01/16/2010Morgan Scalley
Arizona St.NoneOfferedNone
BaylorNoneOfferedNone
ColoradoNoneOfferedNone
Colorado St.NoneOfferedNone
MemphisNoneOffered01/08/2010Eric Price
MissouriNoneOfferedNone
Oklahoma St.NoneOfferedNone
TCUNoneNone
Texas A&MNoneOffered01/22/2010Charles McMillian

Scouting Report on Terrell Reese

How we scouted: Film footage, In-person visits, Game setting, Campby Barry Every - 10/21/2009
  • SpeedDivision I Player
  • SizeDivision I Player
  • StrengthDivision I Player
  • AgilityBlue Chip
  • Ball SkillsAs Good As It Gets
On the Hoof: He is built like fellow Texan and current Longhorn Greg Timmons. The 6-foot-1 Reese has very long arms and a frame that can easily hold at least 200 pounds. This is a physical-looking receiver that could pass as a strong safety on the hoof.
Needs Improvement: He could improve speed just a tad and work on becoming a better pass blocker, which should happen as he fills out.
Most Impressive: He runs precise, crisp routes and can really adjust to the ball once it is in the air. His hands are incredible and as he can makes catches on badly thrown balls look easy. Reese knows how to find the open spot in the defense at any point on the field.
Conclusion: Should become an impact freshman as a receiver. He does have the potential size and ability to play on the defensive side of the ball. Reese has the potential to become an all-league performer and a quarterback’s best friend.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina

Latest News

A whole new ball game06/16/2010 UteZone.com

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Top recruiters by conference02/08/2010Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Class of 2010: Top 25 recruiters02/08/2010Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Signing Day Blitz: Best of the rest02/05/2010Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Four-star Utah commit takes in A&M on official01/24/2010AggieYell.com
Second trip like home for Reese01/20/2010UteZone.com
Reese takes second trip01/16/2010UteZone.com
Reese still planning visits01/14/2010AggieYell.com
Video: Terrell Reese gets it done01/12/2010Rivals.com
2009 TOC Class 4A All-State Team01/06/2010TheOldCoach.com
Aledo's Gray leaves Cubs blue12/21/2009TheOldCoach.com
Cubs finish second in the state12/20/2009TheOldCoach.com
Texas A&M offers local standout12/08/2009AggieYell.com
Category rankings: Wide receivers11/12/2009Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Reese adds new offers10/20/2009UteZone.com
Nine new names in the Rivals25010/14/2009Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Texas Football Classic prospect evaluations09/08/2009Rivals.com Football Recruiting
From the Road: Breaking down the defense09/03/2009Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Week 0 Post Game Audio08/31/2009TheOldCoach.com
Brenham shows strong defense in win08/29/2009TheOldCoach.com
Video: Terrell Reese covers the field06/10/2009Rivals.com
Brenham standout makes his call06/03/2009UteZone.com

Stats

ReceivingDefense
Year NoYdsAvgTDInt
2009 (Sr.)5178615.4143
2008 (Jr.)3341812.74-