So, Reese is not a candidate to land an offer from the Horns?
It is not a done deal that he will or will not collect one at this point. So he remains a candidate to receive one. However, due to the number crunch Texas is facing right now (4-5 spots remaining), Reese will have to distance himself from several other studs.
Given the above, if UT opts for other positions instead of trying to add another receiver to their class this year, the door is left wide open for other leaders among Reese's group of faves (particularly "Oklahoma and Nebraska" according to the pass-catcher from Pflugerville) to fight it out over a State Top-15 prospect.
Not too shabby...
Let's get his comments on those two teams, in particular...
Thoughts on OU?
"I just like the fact that they always come out ready to play," Reese told Scout.com. "I like their mentality, the never-give-up attitude and the fact that they send a lot of players to the League. And, they look out for their own."
Thoughts on NU?
"I've been a fan of their program for a long, long time," said the athlete who posted a 6'10 high jump as a sophomore. "I like Coach Bill Callahan's West Coast offense he has put in place. And, I think the fact that it's still something new there, I could come in with the opportunity to play early."
While you can never rule out an early commitment in the recruiting game, Reese did tell us he prefers to take his official visits. That leaves ample time for other programs, including those who have and have not yet offered, to jump into the fray.