"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.
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."