Joshua Reese is one of the top receivers from south Florida and he recently visited the state's capitol for a camp at Florida State at this time last week.
"I went to FSU for their camp last Monday and Tuesday," Reese said. "It went real good. That was my first time in Tallahassee. I like the campus and the coaching staff."
According to Reese he has scholarship offers from 13 schools. Teams like Florida International, UCF, USF, Florida State, Tennessee, West Virginia, South Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas State, and Minnesota have all offered.
"I am kind of open right now and looking for early playing time. That's a big part of my decision. I am looking for a place where I am comfortable with everything."
Reese doesn't have a top five or a school favorite list at this time but he does know of a few schools that he would like to (officially) visit this fall.
"I know I would love to visit USF and West Virginia for sure. I also like Oregon and would to get up there. But the Ducks have not offered."
Reese has been busy this summer retaking a class that he got a D on in the ninth grade. That has limited his time to be able to get around to visit some schools.
"It has. It seems like I go to class and then we work out. At least this time I will ace the class."
Reese, 6-1 and 182 pounds, is from Miami Central. They open the season on the road at Daytona Beach Mainland High School. He's a four-star prospect and a member of the Rivals250.