There were two teams, Arizona and Nebraska, leading the way for the 6-foot-4, 195-pound three-star receiver Terrell Reese. But, on the eve of the playoffs, the No. 44 rated wide receiver in the country may be opening up his process a bit.
Since taking his first three official visits to Arizona, Nebraska, and Oklahoma State, he is looking at getting his last two set up. Reese is working on Oklahoma and a new offer has put another team as a trip possibility.
"Along with OU, I'm trying to get South Carolina set up," Reese said. "They actually offered about two weeks ago. It's a good school that throws the ball a lot with a great coaching staff. I'm still evaluating them, but they're on a winning streak right now."
Apparently, his favorites have changed a bit recently as well. One team has a very slight edge.
"It's pretty much the same with Nebraska, Arizona, Oklahoma State, and OU," Reese said. "I wouldn't say anyone has a clear lead, but when I was down there for my visit to Arizona, I got to meet their freshman quarterback Willie Tuitama. I watched him then and I also got to see him against UCLA."
"They may have a slight edge right now."
Reese says he could be making his decision by next month. With the playoffs beginning for his team starting tomorrow, the focus is clear.
"We're definitely excited," he said. "I'm actually probably not going to sleep tonight. The expectations are high."