Ninety Six receiver Reid Slack poses with family and coaches after signing his national letter of intent with Newberry. Front row, from left: Ninety Six athletic director Matt Huntsberger, mother Annette Burnett, Reid Slack, father Derrick Slack and brother Ryne Slack. Back: Ninety Six offensive coordinator Chris Seaborn, secondary coach Devage Moore, linebackers coach Austin Sargent, Ninety Six principal Rex Ward, former Ninety Six coach Chris Liner, receivers coach Chad Ellis and defensive coordinator B.J. Wertz.
(Scott Chancey | Index-Journal)
Ninety Six receiver Reid Slack poses with family and coaches after signing his national letter of intent with Newberry. Front row, from left: Ninety Six athletic director Matt Huntsberger, mother Annette Burnett, Reid Slack, father Derrick Slack and brother Ryne Slack. Back: Ninety Six offensive coordinator Chris Seaborn, secondary coach Devage Moore, linebackers coach Austin Sargent, Ninety Six principal Rex Ward, former Ninety Six coach Chris Liner, receivers coach Chad Ellis and defensive coordinator B.J. Wertz. (Scott Chancey | Index-Journal)

NINETY SIX — Ninety Six High School wide receiver Reid Slack contemplated walking on at either Furman University or Wofford.
He doesn't have to worry about that anymore after signing a national letter of intent with Newberry.
This past season, Slack caught 18 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns.


"I liked the small atmosphere there; I loved it when I visited there," said Slack, whose older brother, Ryne, plays in the Texas Rangers' farm system. "It's roughly around 1,000 students, and that really hit the nail on the head for me. Also, I like the turf field they have."
Since Slack is a receiver, of course, he considered the offense the Wolves run.
And, he loves it.

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