"I don't go to a big school," Reed said. "That's probably the main reason. I think I deserve a little more (publicity)."
The 3.0 student averaged 21.8 points and 9.6 rebounds as a junior. Still, attention was tough to come by. "It wasn't a great junior year, that's the reason (no one knows about me). We didn't have a great record and we didn't make the playoffs. It's easy for teams to beat us. They just double-team me."
With the Rising Stars America, Reed doesn't get double-teamed and he's free to patrol the wing hunting his 3-point shot. Last weekend at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions he made them count.
"I'm probably going to go out there sometime in a couple of weeks to take an unofficial," Reed said of the Sun Devils.
"I want to play at a school where I know I can contribute a lot and make the tournament too."