What his AAU Coach has to say:
"Very strong in all areas on the court, rebounding, defense, assists, steals and offense. Reece’s strong ball handing and frame against the strongest of defensive pressure, allows him to play G, SG and SF. Reece’s strength is also his weekness - unselfish play. Reece has a very quick first step that allows him to finish at the rim. There are most likely times when Reece is scouted that he might be overlooked because he may not be the high point scorer every game. However, since I have coached him – I have insisted upon unselfish play. What you will find if you look back at Reece’s decisions on the court during any game is… he makes the right decision for his Team and Teammates. Reece has great court awareness and basketball IQ from his 12 years of playing basketball. He is a leader on court. Reece is more than capable of scoring from 3 pt land – 38%(led his Plainfield Varsity Team as a Junior from 3pt scoring ), the free throw line – 89% (led his Plainfield Varsity Team as a Junior). Reece ended his Junior year with an average Field Goal Percentage of 45% per max preps. Reece can penetrate and breakdown the defense and has become more crafty and savey once he enters lane on proper decision-making. Reece is very productive at breaking down defense from the point guard position and knows how to get open from the shooting guard position. Reece works hard away from the ball on both offense and defense. Defense is a strength and he rarely let’s his teammates down defensively. Reece plays 4A basketball in Indiana which is the best of the best / largest class basketball in Indiana. Playing at this level means that every game you are normally seeing the most athletic teams with the most talent from a deep bench perspective. Many times these are the largest teams physically. Schools that Reece plays against normally average from 400 students per class to 800 students per class. I think for this reason – Reece’s defense has been honed and forged to be it’s best!