While attending the Jimbo Fisher football camp in Tallahasee this week, three-star UCF commit Micah Reed said he's still committed to the Knights, but he's keeping his options open.
"I still feel pretty solid at UCF," Reed said Wednesday. "Everything about UCF I like; the campus ,the buildings and the recruits that are coming in. I feel pretty good about them but I still have my mind open. I have a lot of offers coming in so I'm still open."
Reed's showing in Tallahassee has surely only raised his profile, which has been on a steady uptick since his pledge to UCF back in March.
The increased interest has Reed weighing his options and looking at taking more visits in the fall.
"I want to take a couple of other visits because I've already been to UCF three times," Reed said. "I want to take visits and see other schools and see who else offers."
In the meantime, Reed said he enjoyed the coaching at the FSU camp, and will take some of the instruction home with him.
"It makes me more prepared," Reed said. "It shows me what I have to do to succeed at the next level and how hard I have to work if I want to play at the next level."