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Name: Stewart Reese (Transfer from Mississippi State)
College: Florida     Number: 51
Height: 6-5   Weight: 345
Position: OG  Pos2: OT
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.36
   40 Time: 5.53
  40 High: 5.65
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Height: 6051
Weight: 345

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Dates: 03/31/21
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Mississippi State...Started 7 sts at RG, 1 st at RT, played 11 gms, TT, FF in '19 at Mississippi State. Started 13 gms at RT in '18. Started 13 gms at RT in '17. Redshirted in '16.

 Stewart Reese, Florida, Player News

  03/09/21 - OG Stewart ReeserSr/2022, Florida, 6-5, 345 (DS#46 OG) + More +

  Florida offensive line coach John Hevesy is working with his unit and liking what he is seeing. Florida must spend this spring replacing starters at the two most important offensive line positions: center and left tackle. But a pair of departing seniors sounds a lot better than losing four of five starting linemen. That would have happened to the Gators if not for the extra year of eligibility granted to all fall sports athletes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That allowed seniors Stewart Reese and Jean Delance to come back for one more season, which UF coach Dan Mullen called "huge" for the O-line. "It's valuable to have those two back for me," position coach and running game coordinator John Hevesy said. "For (Reese) obviously to get his master's degree and also obviously just get back in shape after the layover he had from leaving Mississippi State to come here and then with COVID. … It's really beneficial for him this offseason to get himself in great shape to play. - Gainesville Sun

(DS#46 OG) rSr/2022 OG Stewart ReeseFlorida
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  09/29/20 - OG Stewart ReeserSr/2022, Florida, 6-5, 345 (DS#46 OG) + More +

  Stewart Reese, the graduate transfer from Mississippi State, had a successful debut Saturday, starting at offensive guard. "Great," Mullen said of Reese's performance. "I think having missed the offseason hurt Stew a little bit. I expect him to continue to get better. I saw a couple ups and downs. One thing I think he knows having played for us before is that I have pretty high standards and expectations. That's not going to shock him. So, overall, he graded a champion and I thought he played pretty well." - Gainesville Sun

(DS#46 OG) rSr/2022 OG Stewart ReeseFlorida
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  05/16/20 - OG Stewart ReeserSr/2022, Florida, 6-5, 345 (DS#46 OG) + More +

  Less than 48 hours after entering the transfer portal, Stewart Reese has found a new home. The former Mississippi State offensive lineman will transfer to Florida, the Gainesville Sun has learned. Jason Higdon was first to report Reese's decision. The older brother of Gators redshirt sophomore linebacker David Reese, the senior guard entered the transfer portal Thursday, becoming the fourth Bulldogs player to hit the transfer portal since Mike Leach's hiring. A native of Fort Pierce (Fl.), Reese was initially recruited to Mississippi State by Dan Mullen and John Hevesy when the pair were in Starkville. With the coronavirus pandemic limiting the opportunities for prospects to visit campuses, Reese's in-state location, coupled with a familiarity with the Florida program and coaching staff, led to a swift and timely decision. Reese, a graduate transfer expected to be immediately eligible, has a strong chance to compete for a spot in Florida's starting rotation after playing 37 games in four seasons at MSU. - Gainesville Sun

(DS#46 OG) rSr/2022 OG Stewart ReeseFlorida
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  05/14/20 - OG Stewart ReeserSr/2022, Florida, 6-5, 345 (DS#46 OG) + More +

  With the NCAA recruiting dead period extended until June 30 - at the earliest - the recruiting efforts of athletic programs around the country have turned to virtual methods when it comes to building relationships with prospects around the country. However, that's not the case when it comes to Florida's familiarity with Mississippi State offensive lineman Stewart Reese. The older brother of Gators redshirt sophomore linebacker David Reese, the senior guard entered the transfer portal Thursday, according to a report from 247Sports, becoming the fourth Bulldogs player to hit he transfer portal since Mike Leach's hiring. If he were to pick the Gators, Reese, a graduate transfer expected to be immediately eligible, has a strong chance to compete for a spot in Florida's starting rotation after playing 37 games in four season at MSU. - Gainesville Sun

(DS#46 OG) rSr/2022 OG Stewart ReeseFlorida
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