The Scoop on Maurice Reevey!

Fork Union Military LB Maurice Reevey is on his way to Clemson for an official visit. According to Fork Union Head Coach John Shuman, there is a good chance that Reevey may leave Clemson with a clear leader. Find out more of the good news, in this extensive report!

LB Maurice Reevey
6-4, 220, 4.8
Fork Union Academy
Highland Springs, Virginia

CUTigers.com caught up with Coach Shuman Friday afternoon to get the latest on his talented linebacker. "He's in route by plane right now," said the Fork Union coach. "It was snowing when he left. He said he hoped it was going to be 80 degrees down there."

Coach Shuman feels that the 6-4, 220 pound linebacker will be an impact player at the college level. "He is a very intense, hard working player. When intensity rises he makes the plays. He played outside linebacker and running back."

Reevey will be hosted by former Fork Union star Mo Fountain and that could be a big plus for the Tigers according to Shuman.

"I think he's been confused. He's taken visits to Pittsburgh and West Virginia. When he comes back I think he'll have a leader. Mo is showing him around. He played for us. Mo will get him pumped up. I wouldn't be surprised if Clemson is in the lead when he gets back."

The talented linebacker will have one official visit left with Virginia Tech after this weekend. Shuman does not feel that distance will be a factor for the Virginia standout.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Virginia, right up through signing day 2004.

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