Recruit804 Fab 30: Cla’trey Reese WR/DB Dinwiddie #30
by Brandon Mitchell, recruit804
Over the last two years, Dinwiddie has been a cut above the rest in Division 4 owning a record of 26-2 and destroying most of the competition that has stood in its way. Asserting himself at the wide receiver position last season was rising senior Cla’trey Reese. The Dinwiddie product was an essential component of the Generals’ offense last season starting opposite of Jasiah Williams. It would appear as though his role will grow heading into next season as he takes the necessary steps to become one Dinwiddie’s top targets.
Heading into the regular season, we recognize the top 30 senior prospects in and around the city of Richmond. Kicking off our countdown as the 30th best senior prospect region-wide is Dinwiddie starting wide receiver/defensive back Cla’trey Reese.
#30 Cla’trey Reese (2019 WR/DB) – Dinwiddie High School
One of the major reasons Dinwiddie head coach Billy Mills continues to be successful is because of the types of players he attracts to his program. Reese hasn’t been in a Dinwiddie uniform that long, however; he hasn’t wasted much time imprinting on the Generals’ program. Since arriving to Dinwiddie a couple of seasons ago, one of his main initiatives have been to build a solid relationship with those in close proximity.
The chemistry that Reese has been able to build with starting quarterback K’ymon Pope was apparent on the football field last season which led to him accumulating 608 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. The departure of Zyan Sturdivant (Shepherd) and K’vaughan Pope (Ohio State) will weigh heavily on the Generals’ offense. Combine that with Jasiah Williams heading over to Thomas Dale for his senior season and that leaves a couple of holes that need to be addressed moving forward.
Be that as it may, Reese is well on his way of becoming a household name within the Central Region. He was able to secure his first collegiate offer near the end of May from St. Andrews University and he’s only going to get stronger from there. There may be question marks heading into next season for Dinwiddie, but best believe Coach Mills has a wide receiver he can trust in Cla’trey Reese.
– Brandon Mitchell
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