Garland (Texas) South quarterback Jordan Reever is working to get his visits lined up. The work has led to three visits being set, and one school emerging as a favorite.
“I am talking with quite a few schools,” the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Reever said. “I have three visits set up. I’m going to visit LSU (Jan. 16), BYU (Jan. 9) and Arizona (Jan. 23).”
The other schools in contact with the two-star rated signal caller are Illinois, Baylor, Syracuse and Maryland.
“The visit to Arizona is one that I might have to find another time,” Reever said. “I’m playing in a local all-star game on the 24th, so that might affect the weekend being available for a visit.”
Reever was supposed to visit Syracuse for the Notre Dame game (Dec. 5), but conflicts prevented the visit from taking place.
Several coaches have made their way to Garland’s South high school.
“There have been thre or four per week at the school,” he said. “BYU was in Monday. Syracuse will be there next Monday. LSU will be in next week sometime. Illinois is coming tomorrow.”
Through the recruiting process, one school has emerged as a favorite.
“I really like LSU,” Reever said. “They seem like they would be a good situation. They’re playing for the National Championship, so they have a good program, obviously. I also am interested in Arizona. I think I could fit in well in the Pac-10 with my style of play. The coach recruiting me was a North Texas assistant coach and he’s moved out for Arizona already.”
Reever, despite only playing in six games due to injury this year, threw for about 1,800 yards and 20 touchdowns.