Tiger QB Focused on Improvement

Reserve quarterback focusing on improving his game for the upcoming season, denies transfer rumors.

CUTigers.com recently caught up with Clemson reserve quarterback Tribble Reese, to get his thoughts on a number of important topics entering the heart of the off-season.

The rising redshirt sophomore says he is now more comfortable with offensive coordinator Rob Spence's offensive schemes after a meeting with Spence at the conclusion of spring practice.

"I thought I did the best I could this spring. Coach Spence and I are more on the same page now," stated Reese. "I sat down and talked with him after spring practice was complete. He said that I had exceeded his expectations this spring."

Of course, the end of spring practice didn't exactly finish on a high note for Reese after he he completed just 3-of-10 passes in the Orange & White game.

"I know I didn't do well in the spring game. All of the quarterbacks struggled a little," he said. "I know I need to play better."

Reese is also eager to get back to work this summer.

"I am going to get after it this summer. I will be up there [at Clemson] all summer. I am taking a few classes and will be up for both summer sessions. I will be running and working out with the team."

Reese also wanted to make it clear to CUTigers.com that he has no plans to transfer to another school, even with Will Proctor strengthening his hold on the starting quarterback position and Cullen Harper locking down the back up role during spring practice.

Reese says he's not going anywhere.

"I don't know where the rumors come from. They are false, false, false," he added.

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