Mook to make his move this Thursday night:Reynolds ready with choices now narrowed down to three

Posted by Andy Durham on December 16, 2014 at 10:56 am under High School | 2 Comments to Read

Mook Reynolds will be selecting the school that he will attend this Thursday at 6 pm.

The schools in the running are Clemson, Michigan and Virginia Tech.

Jamon ‘Mook’ Reynolds had previously verbally committed to attend Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, but after a very successful high school senior season in football, culminated with the Northern Guilford Nighthawks 3-AA State Championship this past Saturday night in Raleigh, Mook is now looking at the three schools(Clemson, Michigan and Virginia Tech) that we mentioned above….

I would say that Mook Reynolds would be projected to play defensive back in college, but that is just my guess….They may take a look at him at wide receiver or even as a slot receiver in college, who knows, but one thing is for sure….We will know for sure, where Mook will go, come Thursday night…..

  • Felix said,

    Mook would be a better fit for North Carolina A&T and would start by his junior year.

  • best fit said,

    What sense does it make to make a statement about saying Mook would be a better fit at a school such A&T versus a Clemson, VT or Mich? These schools would not be recruiting him if they did not believe he fits what they need in their system. Plus, why play for a MEAC school with limit budgets and travel schedules when you can play for 1 of the highest revenue sports/programs in the country. Either of these 3 programs play a national schedule, can provide financial opportunities that A&T could never provide, provide day to day comforts and dinning options unmatched by schools such as A&T. A&T will be there for another player that desires that opportunity and A&T will continue to have a good program but unfortunately schools such as A&T cannot financially compete with the programs in the power 5 conference. Every kid must find the culture and program that fits best with what they do best.