CFC Prospect Game MVP CFC100 Reese IV announces NCAA commitment

It’s not all doom and gloom across North America right now, with CFC Prospect Game MVP CFC100 Albert Reese IV announcing his commitment to Rutgers.

The 6’7″, 305lbs offensive tackle earned his place at TD Place Stadium after helping transform Harry Ainlay into a local high school powerhouse in Alberta being named to the CFC All-Canadian team in the process, and an impressive showing at the Tryout and Showcase phase in Edmonton.


Despite all the high end talent walking around Ottawa, Reese IV still found a way to standout for Team Henry Burris earning Lineman MVP, and began to receive NCAA traction soon after with the help of our partnership with Tracking Football, who identified him as possibly the most NCAA ready prospect at the event. His first couple of offers were special, but none more than the one he received from Grambling State, where his father, Albert Reese, attended college before a successful pro career including stints in the NFL, and a Grey Cup championship with the Edmonton Eskimos.

Eventually he earned offers from 18 different NCAA programs ranging from Power 5 to FCS, but couldn’t resist the allure of a Rutgers program that’s looking to recapture the Greg Shiano magic for another golden era. He’ll be joining fellow Canadian Class of 2020 commit Wesley Bailey out of the Ottawa region.

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