QB Tribble Reese
6-3, 210, 4.70
Mountain Brook High School
Mountain Brook, Alabama
How did you enjoy your official visit to Clemson this weekend?
I loved everything about it. All official visits will be busy weekends. The best part was putting on the jersey and running down the hill.
How did it feel to run down the hill?
It was the most intense thing I've ever done. I can't imagine how it will be with the stadium is packed.
How did you like Vickery Hall?
It's a nice facility. With all the distractions its nice to know you have a place to go and study. It's a nice facility.
How did you enjoy the football banquet?
It was fun. I didn't really know what to expect. It was nice because they had a nice buffet. Plus, we got to meet all the players.
How did you enjoy your time with the coaching staff?
The coaching staff was awesome. Every one of them. Got to meet to meet coach west for the first time.
Did you enjoy your player host?
Charlie is awesome. He's a funny guy to be around. I enjoyed spending time with him. Tommy Shrape was crazy.
How did you and Cullen Harper get along?
Tribble Reese: Me and Cullen had a great time together. I really enjoyed being around him.
Did you make friends with any of the other recruits?
I hung out with Brandon Croley, Bobby Hutchinson, Cullen Harper. I got to get to Albert a lot because we roomed together.
Are you still going to take any more of your other visits?
Tribble Reese: I'm still going to Ole Miss, but I'm not going to be changing my mind about Clemson. I'm firm.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from Alabama, right up through signing day 2004.
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