Magnolia receiver Reese Mason has committed to the University of Tulsa, as per his Twitter feed:
After attending the Golden Hurricane’s football camp Friday, Tulsa made an offer that Mason quickly accepted over the weekend.
“My decision was based on the coaching staff at the school and the education,” Mason said. “They are great men who I believe will teach me more than just about football. I believe they will teach me how to be a great young man. They have showed so much interest in me from the start of the recruiting process.”
Mason finished his junior year with Magnolia nabbing 1046 receiving yards for 15 touchdowns — a remarkable jump from his 404 receiving yard effort during his sophomore year. The Bulldogs ended the year with an impressive 10-2 mark, ultimately falling to College Station in the second round of the UIL State playoffs.
“My coaching staff at Magnolia has been lights out,” Mason said. “They have helped me tremendously in the recruiting process with getting my name out and always keeping me positive. I believe in Magnolia, we have one of the best coaching staffs in the nation.
Mason returns to the high school gridiron this fall with a Magnolia team that accounted for 3,500+ passing yards of offense; he is amongst seven returning receivers for the Bulldogs who combined for 3,000 yards and 42 receiving touchdowns.
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