Former Highland Springs (VA) linebacker/defensive end Maurice Reevey will make an official visit to Virginia Tech on January 31st, according to Fork Union Military Academy Post-Graduate Head Coach John Shuman.
“Reevey visited West Virginia last weekend, he’s at Pittsburgh this weekend, he goes to Clemson the first weekend in January, and he will go to Virginia Tech on January 30th,” Shuman said. “Ohio State and Tennessee are going to come in I think and try to get him to go visit them too.”
At 6-3, 210 pounds, Reevey possesses phenomenal athletic ability. He has a 40-inch vertical leap combined with 4.5 speed in the 40 yard dash. He has received over 10 scholarship offers according to Coach Shuman.
“He has too many [offers],” Shuman said. “He’s in the exploratory stage right now among all of these schools.”
Reevey is currently repeating his senior year, which is why he is attending Fork Union. He hopes to graduate and attain qualifying status for the Fall of 2004. This season, he was only able to play in one game due to a stress fracture in the lower part of one of his legs. Coach Shuman indicated he is now almost 100 percent.
Virginia Tech is reviewing film right now of 6-4, 233 pound tight end/defensive end David Carter.
“I personally put David Carter’s tape in the hands of the Virginia Tech coaches,” Shuman said. “I told Coach Cav that he is a tough, competitive kid who can really help them. They are looking at film right now.”
Carter is currently receiving interest from Ball State and Ohio University, among others.