The 6-foot-3, 220-pound backer said his favorite part of the visit was his one-on-one discussion with coach Zac Spavital.
"(We talked about) what he sees me playing in their defense, how their roster is and how I would be a good piece in their new defense," Revels said.
Revels, who racked up a team-high 84 total tackles, 16 for loss, two sacks, three interceptions, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in 11 gameslast season for Reagan, added the coaches see him playing inside or will linebacker.
Texas Tech's uniforms also made an impression on Revels.
"They have the best uniforms in the Big 12 by far and I like the red that fade into black one the most," Revels said.
Revels attended spring practice while visiting and said he really liked what he saw from the Red Raiders.
"The intensity of practice so early in the spring was great," Revels said. "All of the above was great; the players, coaches, pads popping... just high energy."
Did Revels, rated as a three-star prospect, ranked No. 2 middle minebacker in Texas and No. 11 at his position in the nation by Scout, contemplate committing to Texas Tech while on campus?
"I did but I think I should wait some because when I commit I want it to mean something," Revels said.
Revels said he's hearing from Houston a lot and visited Rice last weekend. He currently holds offers from Tech, Texas State, Tulsa and UTSA.