Wildcats In Touch With Four-Star Safety

Offers continue to pile in for four-star cornerback Amari Reeves, who recently received offers from Northwestern, Maryland, and Michigan, bringing his number of offers to ten.

The junior from West Roxbury, MA (Catholic Memorial HS) has also received offers from Wake Forest, North Carolina, Penn State, Boston College, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Missouri, along his three recent offers.

However, there could be more offers to come in the near future. Reeves has also been talking to Notre Dame, Arkansas, UCLA, Tennessee, and Virginia.

"I talked to Notre Dame, and Virginia and I talked to Stanford about offering," he said. "They said when I go to the school they want meet me before offering."

With so many offers already and so many other schools interested in him, Reeves is still considering all of his options.

"I'm pretty wide open right now," he said. "It's so early. I want to see all of the schools before narrowing down my list."

Reeves has already visited a number of schools and he plans to make more visits in the future.

"I've been to Boston College, North Carolina, Connecticut, Penn State, and Wake Forest so far," he said. "I'm going to see Notre Dame, Northwestern, Missouri, and Clemson, and hopefully I'll see Tennessee because it's by Clemson."

Although Reeves hasn't seen Northwestern yet, he has been in touch with the coaches and likes what NU has to offer.

"I like that they're really good academically," he said. "They're probably one of top schools in country academically and they have a really good program. They have a lot of young players, and I could come in and help the program do good."

Reeves has been talking to assistant coach Bob Heffner and plans to call coach Pat Fitzgerald tonight.

"We were just talking about the school itself," he said. "They see me as a corner. They said I'm fast, physical, and would have a good spot in their program because I have academics. They say I could fit in their program very well."

Since Reeves still has offers coming in and hasn't seen all of the schools on his list, he doesn't plan to make a college choice any time soon.

"I'm hoping to make a decision between December and January, or if I really like a school, November," he said, "but probably no later than January."


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