Offensive line coach Ron West and former Tiger coach Justin Watts were Rees' recruiters. West made the visit to Pearland, Texas on the first day in-home visits were allowed, which strengthened the notion that Rees was the top center on the Tigers' board.
The reputation of Northwestern's academics was one of the biggest reasons that Rees decided to go ahead and pull the trigger on a commitment. At this time, it appears as though he will cancel is remaining official visits.
More analysis and details on this annoucement will come later this afternoon.
Rees Announces Commitment
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