It's hard for Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson wide receiver Terrell Reese to describe the feeling of being back on the football field after missing much of his junior season to injury. Now that he's back, he's doing special things on the field and looking into a number of different programs as his official visit tour continues.
First he took in Oklahoma State and then Nebraska as his first two official visits. The third visit will take place this weekend as the 6-foot-4, 195-pound three-star prospect will travel to Arizona.
"They're trying to build something there and you can tell they're already establishing something as a real powerhouse for the future," Reese said. "I'm ready to see if I could make an impact there. I'm looking forward to seeing what they have."
Reese has listed Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, and Arizona as schools he was high on in the past. His leader, going into his third visit, is still the same.
"Nebraska is my favorite right now, just like before," Reese said. "It's just an awesome place to play football. Their fans are the best, you've got great coaching, and the type of offense they converted to is really great. It suits me as a receiver and I can see myself starting early."
He may have a favorite, but Reese is clear on taking more trips before deciding. However, he may not be committing as late as he was planning.
"At first, I wanted to make a decision around Signing Day, but I think I'm going to commit much earlier than that," Reese said. "I'm not sure when, but it's looking more like December now."