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L.J. Reed has already received a tremendous amount of recruiting attention and that means offers could be close.
The 2015 wide receiver from Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks has started to straighten out his academic situation and that could be the last step before he starts landing offers.
"He's a freak," Cosumnes Oaks coach Ryan Gomes said. "(Oregon State assistant coach) Brent Brennan when we went to team camp at Oregon State said both he and (Alex) Van Dyke are both all-Pac-12 receivers for the big guys."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound recruit from Northern California already has offers from Arizona State, Idaho and Eastern Washington and many other offers could be on the way.
Academics have been a hang-up for Reed, who has tremendous sophomore film, but he did well in summer school and has started the fall term well, so that could only be good for the future of his recruitment.
"The one thing that L.J. needs to continue to work on is his academics, but he did get an A in summer school biology and he started off this term strong," Gomes said.
The proof is in what college coaches say. Oregon State continues to show a lot of interest in Reed, and many other Pac-12 programs should get involved soon.
"Coach Brennan said he'd have an offer right now from Oregon State if we knew he'd be a qualifier," Gomes said. "He needs to handle the academic piece as well."
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