Fort Pierce Central big man set to see Bulldogs this weekend.

Mississippi State is hot on the recruiting trail looking high and low for quality offensive linemen. With the Bulldogs looking to add a half dozen or so sled pushers to the 2016 class, the final weeks of the process will bring some of the final pieces of the signing day puzzle to Starkville. One new name on the radar is Fort Pierce, Florida four star Stewart Reese.

"I am still thinking about where I am going to go," Stewart Reese said. "I am taking my visits and then I am going to make a decision. I am just not sure yet."

This past weekend, Reese took a flight to upstate New York to try Syracuse on for size.

"I had a good time at Syracuse," Reese said. "I feel like they have a good program and that they are going to do some good things with the new coaching staff,"

This weekend, Reese will trip to Starkville to see what the Bulldogs have to offer.

"Mississippi State really just started contacting me a couple of weeks ago," Reese said. "I don't really know that much about them, but I am looking forward to the visit. I am going down there this weekend. We are going to fly over there and see how things are."

Reese grew up a Florida State fan and the Seminoles have been a factor in his recruitment since the beginning of the process.

"Right now, I am supposed to go see FSU the last weekend," Reese said. "We will see what happens with all of that. I am still talking with some other schools too, so I might take another visit."

A man of few words, Reese reports that his decision making process is on-going, but he knows what he wants in the college experience.

"I am going to talk things out with my family after I take my last visit and then make a decision," Reese said. "I just have to do what is best for me and my future.

"The main things I am looking for is a good school with a good team and some good people."

With over 20 offers to his credit, Reese has had an eventful recruitment, but the talented guard hopes to simply make a decision without a lot of fanfare in the final days. As things stand now, the 6-6, 330 pounder does not plan a big signing day event to share the good news.


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