NFL safety Reed Blankenship plays for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He stands 1.85 meters tall and weighs 92 kilograms. He played football at West Limestone High School where he attended. In football, he was chosen for all-state, all-region, all-county, and all-area teams, and in 2016 he won Player of the Year.
He spent two seasons as the team’s captain and had a career total of 3,192 rushing yards, 1,004 receiving yards, 1,056 passing yards, and 46 total touchdowns. He was given scholarship offers from several colleges after he graduated from high school, but he decided to attend Middle Tennessee State University instead, where he played collegiate football for the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders football team.
He played in 13 games and made nine starts during his true freshman season in 2017. As a sophomore in 2018, he took part in 13 games, starting 12, and finished with a career-high 107 tackles, a team-best four interceptions, and seven passes defended. He started 13 games, and with 110 stops, he was the leading tackler at his school in 2019.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed Blankenship as an undrafted free agent after the 2022 NFL Draft saw Blankenship go undrafted. In addition to ranking eighth nationally in solo tackles made per game, his three fumble recoveries were third in the nation. He played in his first NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals in week five, helping the team win 20-17 with two tackles.
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