Being the first team to offer talented Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson wide receiver Terrell Reese definitely helped the Arizona coaching staff in landing his commitment. Apparently, word sprung out early Sunday that they had done just that.
After taking his official visit on Oct. 21 to the Pac-10 school, something just clicked for the 6-foot-4, 195-pound three-star prospect. His relationship with recruiting coach Josh Heupel also strengthened during that time which equaled his pledge.
"Yeah I did, I'm headed to Arizona," Reese said about his commitment. "I decided it earlier today. Basically, they were the first team to offer me and I like the school. My parents are impressed with them and what they had to offer me. Plus, their quarterback Willie Tuitama is really great."
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Reese says he hasn't called the other schools, but that is in the works to let them know he's done and solid with his commitment.
"It was really during the trip and after that made the difference," Reese said. "Coach Heupel was straight forward with me. It's a very stable relationship. I'm solid right now and I'm happy with my choice.
Reese is the No. 55 rated prospect in the state of Texas.