In the National Football League, Jeremy Antoine Reaves plays free safety for the Washington Commanders. He is 91 kg in weight and 1.80 m tall. While a student at Pensacola Catholic High School, he preferred to play baseball and football. He received first-team all-area accolades as a junior for his 39 tackles, and honorable mention All-State honors as a senior for his five interceptions.
At the University of South Alabama, he played collegiate football for the South Alabama Jaguars for four seasons. He collected 96 tackles in his sophomore year, his first as a starter, eight of which were for a loss, and he led the team with six passes intercepted, earning him a spot on the second team of the Sun Belt.
He had 104 tackles, seven tackles for loss, three interceptions, and three forced fumbles as a senior, and was voted the Sun Belt Conference’s defensive player of the year for his efforts. Reaves had 301 tackles, eight interceptions, 22 passes defensed, and eight forced fumbles by the time he graduated from college. With eight tackles and an interception, he participated in the 2018 Senior Bowl after earning an invitation due to his performance.
In April 2018, Reaves agreed to a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles released him on September 1st, 2018. On September 12, 2018, the Washington Redskins added him to the practice squad. On December 22, 2018, he made his NFL debut after being added to the Commanders’ practice squad.
What Is Jeremy Reaves Jersey Number?
Jeremy Reaves wears jersey number 39 for the Washington Commanders.
What Is Jeremy Reaves’s Position?
He is a professional football free safety.