The Florida State Seminoles football team has several positions of need for the 2021 recruiting class. One of those spots is the defensive end position. Today, the Seminoles took a step to adding to this need when Zyun Reeves listed Florida State in his top-5:
Reeves measures in at 6’7, 245 pounds. The 247 rankings lists him as a composite 3-star (86 rating). He’s currently ranked as the 685th best player in the nation and the 46th best defensive end.
He was offered by Florida State in late January:
Beyond blessed to say I have received an offer from Florida state university ⚫️‼️all glory to god pic.twitter.com/4pFyjyzqWG— tre4_simba (@ReevesZyun) January 29, 2020
Reeves was spotlighted in Tomahawk Nation’s state of recruiting defensive ends position article:
“Reeves is a legit 6’7” and has an incredible wingspan. He uses this to his advantage to bat down passes and reach quarterbacks in fewer steps than most. He’s a long-strider, making him seem slower than he actually is; however, he displays good closing speed. Reeves is surprisingly fluid when changing direction thanks to his basketball background. He’s very raw, but has the size and speed that can’t be taught. Reeves had a monster junior season during which he racked up 88 tackles (13.5 TFL), 7.5 sacks, and 8 pass deflections. FSU would love to get its hands on Reeves and develop him into a menace on the edge.”