Reese sets official to Nebraska

Tall, physical receivers are the need. If that is the need then Terrell Reese is your man. He's 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds the wide receiver from Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson has been sitting on a top two for a while now. Nebraska has found a place in Reese's top two and now will get an official visit.

The Huskers have been courting some of the best receivers in the nation. One of those receivers is Terrell Reese from Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson High School. Reese has had Nebraska and Oklahoma as his co-leaders for some time. He has just recently set up his first official visit for this fall.

"Yeah, I am going to Nebraska on September 3," Reese said. "I am looking for how the school is academically. Of course how they play and how the coaches and the players are. I also want to get a close look at the business program."

Reese has only heard stories about Nebraska's gameday atmosphere. Not only is he looking forward to seeing what it is like, but if it's anything like he's heard it is he knows that he can do well there.

"They say it's crazy. They say it's red everywhere. Their game days are well known. That is the type of environment that I thrive off of. All of the fans, being crazy and loud; I thrive off of that."

Nebraska is Reese's only official at the moment and it might be a little bit of an indicator as to which way Reese is leaning, but he is still claiming a tight race. "I haven't set up any other official visits yet. It's a tight race between Nebraska and Oklahoma for my leader. I am going to take an official to Oklahoma. I might not take all five, but I might take three."

Reese isn't sure where that third and possible final official will be taken yet, but there are a couple of schools that are standing out to him right now. "I might go out to Arizona. I might go see Oklahoma State too. I am not sure."

Reese is looking forward to the weekend coming to an end so he can get back on the field with his teammates. Terrell has been working to some personal goals to help his individual game. He and his team have their work cut out for them to make it towards his team goals.

"We start practice on Monday. I was working on getting faster and stronger. I also worked on running my routes. I run my routes well now, but it never hurts to get better. As a team we want to go to the playoffs and go as far as we can."

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