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Reggie Nesbit talks Army
Being from a military family also had a strong influence on Nesbit's decision. His father and other members of his family served in the Army. "I feel blessed to have the opportunity to serve and be a part of something as great an officer in the United States Military," said Hoosier State star.
Nesbit, who says that the Army staff plans to utilize him as a linebacker, feels that his speed and on the field intelligence make him a great player, "I think my speed and my ability to read the play and anticipate what type of play is going to be run are key to what make me a great player."
During his senior season Nesbit had an impressive 119 tackles, two interceptions, a sack and two defensive touchdowns. As a tight end he had 32 receptions for 629 yards and nine touchdowns. After the season he was named Indianapolis Crossroads Conference All-Conference as a linebacker, Indiana All-Marion County as an athlete and Indiana Super Team as an Athlete.
An outstanding student, Nesbit will was named to the Indiana Academic All-State team and will be a direct admit to the United States Military Academy.
He also had interest from Navy and Notre Dame.
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