One of the top athletes in the state of Virginia has completed all of his scheduled official visits, and will now use this week (and possibly next as well) to make his collegiate decision.
Fork Union Military Academy prospect Maurice Reevey is going to decide among West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Clemson, and Virginia Tech.
“Maurice is planning to sit down with his family this weekend to make his decision,” Highland Springs Head Coach Scott Burton said. Reevey attended Highland Springs before prepping at FUMA. “He’s not really talking to anybody this week, because he wants to clear his head and really think about his choice.”
Last weekend, he made an official visit to Virginia Tech, which was his fourth and final trip. According to Burton, Reevey felt very comfortable on his visit.
“Maurice really, really enjoyed his visit to Virginia Tech,” Burton said. “[Former Highland Springs star] Noland Burchette was his host, and he had a great time. He said he felt very much at home, and I think a lot of that was because Noland was his host. He felt like he fit right in. Another thing was that Maurice is not the type of person that likes to be wined-and-dined, and Virginia Tech didn’t do that with him. They just let him hang around the players, and I think he liked that.”
Reevey may have a decision made by the early part of next week.
“He is planning to meet with his family this weekend, and I would say he would probably have a decision early next week,” Burton said. “I’m not totally sure, but I would say he probably would have a decision by Monday, and it would be announced shortly thereafter.”
Burton indicated that Reevey was going to narrow his list throughout the week, but did not want to release any possible frontrunners out of respect to the colleges involved. At 6-3, 210 pounds, Maurice Reevey is a phenomenal athlete. He can run a 4.5 in the 40 yard dash and possesses a 40-inch vertical leap. He could play a number of different positions on the next level, which is why he is listed as an athlete.
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