Dominick Reyes update

Dominick Reyes, a first-team all-County pick at safety and the Mojave River League Defensive MVP, made an official visit to Colorado State last week and is hoping to receive an offer from the Rams according to Hesperia coach Robert Kistner.

Reyes, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound senior, was offered by the Rams under former CSU coach Sonny Lubick, but that offer was tabeled when Lubick retired and Steve Fairchild was hired in his stead. Fairchild, previously the offensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills, got off to a later start as he had to wait until the conclusion of the NFL season before starting his Colorado State duties.
“Dominick liked his visit and thought it went well,” Kistner said. “We are just waiting to see what they’ll do. They said they’d be in contact with us.”
Reyes, who is also an accomplished wrestler, also had a scholarship offer from Washington State in the preseason that disappeared once former WSU coach Bill Doba resigned in November. That offer hasn’t re-materialized, but Reyes is receiving interest from SUNY-Stony Brook in New York.
“Stony Brook is interested, but Colorado State is the school Dominick is really waiting on,” Kistner said. “We want to see what comes from that before taking any other offers.”