Cincinnati Basketball: 2025 4-star point guard Jalen Reece breaks down recruiting process

Cincinnati Bearcats guard David DeJulius against the Xavier Musketeers at Fifth Third Arena. USA Today.
Cincinnati Bearcats guard David DeJulius against the Xavier Musketeers at Fifth Third Arena. USA Today. /
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Florida product and 2025 4-star point guard prospect Jalen Reece should be a top priority for the Bearcats coaching staff moving forward!

Heading into his junior season, Reece is the 7th highest rated recruit from Florida and 70th ranked prospect in the nation per 247 Sports.

It’s still early in his recruitment but the Orlando native is currently projected to commit to Alabama via On3’s Recruiting Prediction Machine.

Since the direct contact period started this month, Cincinnati reportedly reached out to multiple prospects from the 2025 recruiting class.

Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats continue to show interest in 2025 4-star guard Jalen Reece

Georgia native and 2025 4-star forward Tylis Jordan received interest from several schools including the Bearcats in recent weeks!

Indianapolis prospect and 2025 3-star center Dezmon Briscoe picked up offers from plenty of programs including Cincinnati in early June.

Kentucky product and 2025 5-star combo guard Jasper Johnson was contacted by the Bearcats and multiple other schools in recent days.

Make sure to stay tuned for the most recent recruiting rumors as Wes Miller’s coaching staff continues to construct the upcoming classes.

Cincinnati Basketball: 2025 4-star point guard Jalen Reece breaks down recruiting process

After earning an offer from Cincinnati last year, Reece continues to receive interest from several programs including the Bearcats.

During a recent interview with Stock Risers Creator Jake Weingarten, Reece discussed the latest news regarding his recruiting process!

"“The schools that are most involved are Cincinnati, Missouri, Houston, Stanford, UCF and Georgia State. Cincinnati is like my second home so it feels good to know that they want me. They are saying they like the way I play, being a true point guard who can score at will, and they want me to be a part of what they’re building.”"

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