ASU targets JC Wide Receiver

It’s not uncommon this time of year to see new names emerge as recruiting targets, and Dominique Reed is one such prospect for Arizona State. The Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College wide receiver is scheduled to visit Tempe this week and he talked to Devils Digest about his recruitment process.

In 2014 the 6-3 195-pound Dominique Reed was an NJCAA All-American honorable mention as he hauled in 61 receptions 1,157 yards and 18 touchdowns. He’s ranked by as the no. 46 junior college prospect in the 2015 class. He’s a two for two player in terms of eligibility.

“I've been talking to Arizona State for a little while and I set up a visit with them a few days ago,” Reed said. “Coach Norvell talked to me and told me that JUCO guys there do very well, like Jaelen Strong, and that I would really like my visit there. They run a good offense there for wide receivers and all the players there are like family. I don’t know much about the school but I will see what it’s all about when I visit there. I’m pretty interested in them.”

“I have good speed (reportedly a 4.35 seconds 40-time) and I have strong hands and I protect the ball once I catch it. I do want to improve my route running and get bigger.”

Reed, who is a native of Camden, Ark. did already visit the hometown Razorbacks and was scheduled to visit Oklahoma this week. He does have another visit with Auburn for the weekend of the 23rd. Does Arkansas currently lead for his services?

“Recruiting is going pretty good with Arkansas,” Reed stated. “It’s a school close to home and I know them very well, but I’m gonna choose the school that is best for me. I haven’t heard from the Oklahoma coaches but I’ll probably visit them after Auburn. I don’t know yet if I will visit all the schools I have before deciding.

“I just want to see which campus I like the best, how I get along with the coaches and players there, and I’m going to look at the academics too.”

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