Head coach Mike White and the Florida Gators received a bit of good news on Thursday as 2021 combo guard Kowacie Reeves, Jr. committed to the program.
All GLORY to GOD, #committed!
Thanks to all the coaches that recruited me and to everyone that has helped me throughout this process. Your time and interest in my future is much appreciated. This is just the beginning, see you soon. I love you all! pic.twitter.com/F2GmHxfH8Z
— Kowacie Reeves, Jr. (@wacie_wacie) April 30, 2020
Reeves is a 4-star prospect out of Macon, GA that averaged 21.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game in 26 contests as a junior at Westside High School.
Reeves chose Florida over Stanford, Tennessee, Georgia, and Georgia Tech, among others. The Gators were the first program to offer Reeves in 2018 and he becomes UF’s first commitment in the 2021 recruiting cycle.
Reeves is a 6’6 guard that will add length to the Gators’ perimeter play. He is the No. 67 overall prospect according to the 247Sports composite rankings and is the No. 5 prospect in the state of Georgia.