Garland (Texas) South quarterback Jordan Reever took his first official visit this weekend.
"It was great," the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Reever said. "I'm not used to seeing all that stuff. We had a lot of snow there. It was beautiful. The campus is built right into the side of the mountain. We went snow mobile riding while I was there. It was a lot of fun."
Reever came home without an official scholarship offer after his talk with Cougar coach Gary Crowton.
"The quarterback situation there is a little different. They have one commitment, but he's going on a mission next year and will redshirt. They have an Arizona State commitment is going to come in and visit next weekend to BYU. If he doesn't come in and switch to BYU, they will officially offer me. So, I'm kind of waiting on that one."
Reever's schedule continues to be busy over the rest of the month.
"I visit Syracuse in two weeks and LSU in three weeks," he said. "I'm still trying to get something set up with Arizona. But, things are hectic for them as the coaching staff and everything is still falling into place."
Reever is scheduled to play in an all-star game next weekend.
"I am playing in an all-star game being held at North Texas next weekend," he said. "They called and offered me last week. That is nice to have an option that is local. The game is on Saturday, so I will probably go up on Friday and look around. It is only 45 minutes away. So, it won't be an official visit."