Because of the dominance that the Mass Rivals showed during the spring A.J. Reeves didn't put up the huge numbers he could have because his minutes were limited, but none the less he showed himself to be one of the best shooters in the country. Reeves knocked in 46 percent of his three point shots, and that marksmanship led to a lot of interest. Now Reeves is down to four.
That foursome of schools will likely track Reeves very closely during the month of July as Reeves hopes to be a part of a second adidas Gauntlet Finale winning team with the Mass Rivals.
Aside from his long range shooting, Reeves averaged 12.1 points and 2.3 rebounds per contest in which he only averaged 12.6 minutes per contest.
Look for Reeves to put up big numbers in the summer as he should be healthy and getting more minutes.