COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Clarksville's Reeves-Maybin to Make Choice Aug. 10

By Callahan, Ryan | News Sentinel, July 27, 2012 | Go to article overview

COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Clarksville's Reeves-Maybin to Make Choice Aug. 10


Callahan, Ryan, News Sentinel


A little more than two weeks from now, Jalen Reeves-Maybin plans to decide between five finalists and announce where he will be playing college football next year.

Before then, he wanted to visit Tennessee one last time.

The Top247 rising senior athlete from Northeast High School in Clarksville returned to Tennessee's campus late last week, spending more than a day in Knoxville to take yet another look at the Vols prior to his upcoming announcement.

The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Reeves-Maybin, who plans to choose between Tennessee, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech and Louisville on Aug. 10, said his latest visit to Tennessee allowed him to learn more about the Vols' plans for him - in particular, how they might use him if he ends up playing on defense.

"It was great," said Reeves-Maybin, who's ranked the No. 128 overall player in the 2013 class by 247Sports. "I got to hang out with some of the players and watch a little defensive film and stuff like that, so it was good."

Reeves-Maybin said he mostly spent time in the film room with first-year Tennessee cornerbacks coach Derrick Ansley and safeties coach Josh Conklin, who taught him plenty about the Star - or nickelback - position in the Vols' defense.

Reeves-Maybin said he has been told that's the defensive spot where he's likely to start off his college career if he chooses Tennessee.

"It definitely helped me out," he said. "I didn't know too much about it because, every (other) time I went, I've been in the film room with (offensive coordinator Jim) Chaney. It's great. I mean, I didn't have too many worries about (playing Star), but just talking to them and seeing how those guys are, it definitely gave me a little insight on it."

Coaches also mentioned perhaps playing Reeves-Maybin at safety.

"They said the immediate goal for me when I go there would be playing Star or whatever, and then, later on, work back to safety," he said. …

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