Jan 4, 2012; Memphis, TN, USA; Memphis Tigers mascot entertains the crowd during the game against the Tennessee Volunteers at the Fed Ex Forum. Memphis won 69-51. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

Memphis offers Davon Reed

2013 Team Final shooting guard Davon Reed has been offered by Memphis. The Princeton, New Jersey recruit stars for the AAU team Team Final and is a four-star recruit. He is one of the top 70 recruits in the 2013 class and one of the top recruits in the state of New Jersey. He is also one of the top 15 shooting guards in the nation and one of the top 20 players in the region.

Davon Reed has received offers from Memphis, Drexel, Harvard, Miami, Penn State, Richmond, Seton Hall, St. Joseph’s, Wake Forest, Xavier, Connecticut, Georgetown, West Virginia, Boston College, La Salle, Northwestern, Rutgers, VCU, and Temple.

That is an impressive list of offers for the northeast star from Princeton, who is certainly a popular recruit. He is 6’5″, 175 pounds and is one of the hottest recruits in the state. Reed has visited Pitt and has received interest from the big Big East program.

The Penn State target may not be the most consistent shooter around, but he is talented and when he starts going, he just drains shot after shot. Davon Reed is a good offensive and defensive player, and he has great length and athleticism. Reed is a crisp passer who can find the open man with ease.

Creativity, skill, and flair are three things that Reed definitely does not lack. He is an impact player who always gives his best effort and plays with a lot of heart and grit. He has active hands and is easily the best defensive player on his AAU team with his length and effort. Reed’s recruitment is wide open for now, but the 2013 recruit will start narrowing things down once he starts visiting more schools.

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