Recruit Scoop: New Caney's Reescano looking forward to Michigan State visit, senior season
NEW CANEY - As music blared from the speakers inside Randall Reed Stadium in New Caney on a damp Wednesday night, Kedrick Reescano could be seen dancing to the beat.
The soon-to-be senior running back for the Eagles is feeling good this spring. The three-star prospect was 190 pounds at the end of last season and now sits at 205 and hasn't lost a step.
"It was quick, I gained 10 pounds in a week," Reescano said. "Then, I've been steadily going up. I feel stronger, heavier, I don't feel slower though which is crazy. I gained it so fast, and I feel faster. Time has been faster, and everything's been good."
Reescano is verbally committed to Michigan State and plans to take an official visit on June 10.
"I'm very excited, it'll be my first time seeing other commits in person," Reescano said. "We always call and talk all the time, but we haven't seen each other in person."
The New Caney star back also has plans to visit Arkansas and Ole Miss this summer. He also may take trips to TCU and Oklahoma State but hasn't finalized those plans as of yet.
As he heads into his senior season, New Caney heads to Class 6A and will join the likes of The Woodlands, Willis, Conroe and Oak Ridge in district play.
"Nothing changes, it's all the same," Reescano said about the move up. "We're all playing football."
VYPE Spring 🏈: @NCEagleFootball soon to be senior RB & @MSU_Football commit @KedrickReescano looking good in spring ball. Tells me he is up from 190 to 205 to start spring. Feeling good. #txhsfb@CoachBReeve@CoachTReeve@Perroni247@newcaneyisdpic.twitter.com/V9WvAPQzRd
— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) May 5, 2022
Last season for New Caney, Reescano rushed for 1,542 yards and 22 touchdowns on 217 carries. In 11 games, Reescano averaged an impressive 140.2 yards per game and rushed for more than 100 yards in nine of those.
His goal for 2022?
"I want to get 2,000 this year," Reescano said with a smile.