Looking for one of the state of Texas’ top pure athletes? Looking for a guy that could be a receiver, defensive back, a running back or somebody that can contribute on special teams as a returner? Then go Fish. Go fish as Reggie Fish II from Mesquite, Texas.
“I have super quickness, devastating moves and a tremendous feel for the game,” Fish, who is 5-foot-7 and 150 pounds, said. “I’m looking forward to being a three-year starter for the Skeeters. I want to help them get back to the playoffs this year by getting an opportunity to play quarterback, receiver and running back.”
Fish is a jack of all trades. He threw for 396 yards and six touchdowns, rushed for 736 yards and four touchdowns as a junior. He earned first-team all district honors a junior and was named his district's sophomore of the year in 2002.
Those honors and his pure athletic ability has already attracted attention from Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Houston and Missouri. He has yet to earn an offer but there is little doubt that somebody will offer this speedy star.
“I’m going to look hard at a school’s academics,” Fish, who has a 3.30 grade-point average, said. “I also want to look at the school’s location, graduation rates for athletes and the opportunity to play in the first two years.”
Fish’s father played at Oklahoma State.