Recruiting: OU still in the mix for Texas receiver

Pflugerville, Texas wide receiver Terrell Reese update.

Terrell Reese, WR, 6-4, 192, 4.6, PFLUGERVILLE (HENDERSON HS), TEXAS:

JH: How is your season going?

TR: "We are 3-0. The season is going real good. Our defense is playing real well and our offense is just dominating. Everything is going well."

JH: How well are your playing?

TR: "I have caught two touchdown passes, six catches, four interceptions and 90 yards rushing on reverses."

JH: What positions are you playing?

TR: "I am playing wide receiver and safety."

JH: It sounds like you are playing the best football of your career?

TR: "I am faster this season and I have more knowledge of the game. My knowledge is a lot more comfortable. I just feel like I know what I am doing out there."

JH: How is recruiting going? Are you hearing from a number of coaches each week?

TR: "I heard from quite a few. It makes you feel good that so many teams and coaches want to talk to you. I am just worried about our season at this point."

JH: Have you taken any visits since the season started?

TR: "I just came back this weekend from Oklahoma State. Next weekend I am going to go to Nebraska. Those are the only two visits that I have set."

JH: How did you like your visit to Oklahoma State?

TR: "It was good. They treated me real well. I noticed they needed receivers and they told me I could come in and play immediately. It was a real nice visit that is for sure."

JH: What schools are you still considering?

TR: "I am also looking at OU, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Arizona."

JH: What are your thoughts on Oklahoma?

TR: "I still like Oklahoma a lot. There is a lot of talk about Oklahoma recruiting a lot of receivers in this year's class, and that may be a factor in my decision. I need to talk to Coach Wyatt and see what is going on with that. It is has been a dream to play at Oklahoma since I was young, but I just need to find out about how many wide receivers they are recruiting and how many they have on their roster."

JH: So the depth chart is very important to you?

TR: "I am looking to go to a school where I can go in and start. I don't want to sit out and not have a chance to play, I want to go to a school where I can get on the field as a freshman."

JH: How is your brother Joseph doing at running back?

TR: "He is doing great. He is averaging 127 yards a game and three touchdowns a game. He is have a great year."

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