Reed just has a knack of doing something special whenever he gets anywhere near the ball. As a junior, he had 58 receptions for 1,266 yards and 15 touchdowns at receiver, 67 tackles and 9 interceptions on defense, and he was also phenomenal on special teams with 4 kickoffs and 3 punts returned for scores.
His success has carried into this year and he is putting up some very impressive numbers once again. Through four games he already has 6 interceptions, 1 kickoff return for a touchdown, and he has 334 yards on 22 receptions from his receiver spot. Despite the fact that Reed has had so much individual success so far,
The last time we spoke to Reed, his recruitment was already in full swing and he could boast a number of offers. Since then, not a lot has changed, "It's been the same really," he explained. "No new schools have offered me. I'm talking to the same people every week.
In discussing USC, Reed is particularly impressed with the coaching staff and the game day experience, "I talk mostly to Coach Burns, Coach Sarkisian, and Coach Carroll," he said. "They've been asking me when I'm going to sign basically, because I go to all of the games and to some of the practices too. Those are tight. There's good chemistry between the team and they treat me pretty well when I'm down there. They're recruiting me for corner and kick returner, and they said maybe a little offense too. That sounds cool."
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Currently, Reed has no interest in committing anywhere early and is determined to take some official visits before he does anything, "As of right now, I want to wait it out. I haven't scheduled any trips yet, but I need to hurry up and do that."