Fort Pierce (Fla.) Fort Pierce Central 2016 4-star offensive lineman Stewart Reese took a visit to Tallahassee for the Florida State Junior Day on Saturday. This was Reese’s second visit to Florida State after he attended the Jimbo Fisher Camp last July. In addition to Florida State Reese holds offers from more than ten schools including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Miamia, Louisville, and Michigan State.
Reese enjoyed his visit and said he’s looking forward to coming back.
“It went good,” Reese said. “We went through the film room and the locker room. I got to talk to some of the players about their experience at Florida State. I got to sit down and have a one on one with coach Jimbo Fisher and coach Miller. Overall it was a good visit and I feel like coming back the next time they have a junior day.”
He liked that coach Fisher and coach Trickett were honest with him.
“Coach Fisher with me he’s a coach that keeps it real,” Reese said. “He doesn’t detour from the truth at all. Neither him nor offensive line coach Trickett. They keep it real with you and coach Jimbo is always saying they have a family oriented program and I feel the same way. Hopefully this is where I can go to school in the future.”
Reese said that the small town feel of Tallahassee was what he likes the most about Florida State.
“I really like the atmosphere of the school,” Reese said. “Everything is close by and it’s not a big city with a bunch of people, and a bunch of traffic, and it’s real crazy. It’s a real laid back atmosphere.
Reese also said that the coaching staff was a big reason for his interest in Florida State.
I don’t feel intimidated by any of the coaches,” Reese said. “Some of the coaches remind me my own high school coaches I have right now so that’s part of why I like Florida State.
Reese is 6-foot-6, 330-pounds and is currently rated as the No. 9 guard and No. 242 overall in the 2016 Scout 300.