However, the 5-foot-9, 185-pounder is still waiting for his first scholarship - and he hopes for that to change shortly.
"SMU, Tulsa, and Northern Illinois," said Reed, "are the three schools that I'm thinking of the most. SMU is a great school and it has 10,000 students - and it's in Dallas, which is a big city. I know they got into some trouble around 1984, but they're an up-and-coming program now. They're looking at me in the slot, and the slot receiver is a big part of their offense.
"I'm going to camp at Tulsa on June 4th and SMU on June 6th. I'm hoping to come away from those camps with an offer. I might make it to Northern Illinois during the summer too. In July, I'm planning to go to Ole Miss and Southern Miss."
Reed, who boasts a personal best of 10.80 in the 100, plays running back for the Griffins. Last year, Reed rushed for approximately 1,000 yards -- including a 32-carry, 246-yard performance vs. St. Amant in Week Eight -- for Dutchtown, which is switching from the Wing-T to a spread offense this fall.
"Our spring actually went better than we thought it would," Reed said. "We're learning a new offense. We're going to run the spread because we have more of a speed team this year. We'll be running the option mostly out of the spread, instead of the Wing-T."