As a senior at WestBrook High School Reggie earned first-team All-District honors yet didn’t receive college scholarship offers. Opting to walk-on to his hometown University he earned a starting spot onto Lamars team. He earned a full scholarship after his 2013 campaign and became the team’s leading receiver. After three record breaking seasons at Lamar, and a successful pro-day Reggie received no NFL (National Football League) offers. Ultimately, Reggie decided to join the CFL (Canadian Football League). Reggie’s sophomore season with the Calgary Stampeders was promising until Reggie broke his arm in a game midway through the season. Devastated, Reggie made a promise to himself that this would not keep him from his dreams. Grateful for the opportunity to have won a championship with the team that year, Reggies desire to overcome injury led to a breakout 2019 season. In 2020 he signed with the Green Bay Packers. Reggie currently prepares for his 7th professional season with the Stampeders.

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