- Joel Rodgers
Calvary 4-star corner Eric Reed Jr. has it covered, he normally does, Reed is the top-rated player in northwest Louisiana, and quarterback know not to throw his way.
Several big name colleges are lined up to throw scholarships his way, he’ll make decision this Wednesday.
Reed is one of the top high school football recruits in Louisiana, he rates as the nation’s No. 12 safety, but played extensively at cornerback for Calvary Baptist. The 247Sports Composite ranks Reed as the nation’s No. 16 safety and No. 175 overall prospect.
He recently de-comitted from Ole Miss after Ole Miss let go of coach Matt Luke. Luke has recently accepted a coaching job at Georgia as their offensive line coach.
According to Dawg Nation.com, Reed was at Georgia this weekend with his mother and father on his official. It was his first trip back since he took an unofficial for the Notre Dame game.
(photo courtesy of Eric Reed’s Instagram)
Reed lists his top school as Georgia, Auburn, LSU, and Notre Dame.
He’ll make his decision December 18th after having only taken officials to Auburn and Georgia.