"I am interested in Georgia very much," said Reid. "Coach Rucker has been sending me a lot of letters."
Reid has said that Coach Rucker has done an outstanding job of recruiting him for Georgia this far. "It is difficult to explain how I feel about Georgia because I can't put it into words," Reid said.
Reid said that distance won't be a factor in his school decision because he and his family love traveling. And considering the schools that he is considering, travel could be necessary for the Lone Star native.
Two schools missing on Reid's list offers are Texas and Texas A&M. Both state schools do not seem like possibilities for him.
"Texas has not been very interested in me," Reid said. "I got on the phone with them and we only talked about 5 minutes. I thought to myself ‘is this all?'"
When I spoke with Reid he seemed very uninterested in the Longhorns. He said that he was impressed with Texas A&M but that the Aggies already have what he thinks is their quarterback of the future.
When I asked about what Reid likes about Georgia, he said: "Georgia will play two quarterbacks. They do it just to keep things fresh. I like the way that they are giving Shockley a chance. I would hope that the same thing would happen for me. I don't like sitting on the bench."
But even if Reid likes the way that Georgia has rotated quarterbacks, the key to signing him seems to be Coach Rucker. Reid said of him: "We clicked on the phone. It's like we are family," he said.