Drew Reed


Lakeland, Tenn.

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Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195


Anthropology & Sociology

Drew  Reed


Hoyas Up Next for Leopards

Lafayette vs. Georgetown game notes


Patriot League Play Opens Against No. 13/15 Fordham

Game notes vs. Fordham


Chenoweth’s Breakout Game Garners League Rookie of Week Honors

Freshman made nine catches for 105 yards and a TD in Wagner win


Passing Game Hits Mark in 35-24 win at Wagner

Reed throws for four TD's and runs for another; Defense causes crucial turnovers


Leopards Battle the Seahawks

Lafayette vs. Wagner game notes


Lafayette vs. Fordham

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette at Wagner

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Princeton

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette at Colgate

Photos by Lafayette Athletic Communications and courtesy of Bob Cornell


Lafayette vs. Bucknell

Lafayette vs. Bucknell

2015: Career (66.6 percent), single-game (95.5% at Holy Cross in 2013) and single-season completion percentage (72.5% in 2013) record holder at Lafayette...needs 79 more passing yards to move into Lafayette’s all-time top 10.

2014: Battled through an injury-riddled sophomore campaign to complete 113-of-189 passes (60.8%) for 1,022 yards with seven touchdowns and nine interceptions...started eight games, missing all of the Fordham, Georgetown and Lehigh games due to shoulder and foot injuries...earned a spot on the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Quarterback Award Watch List prior to the season...completed 22-of-29 for 217 yards at William & Mary (9/20), one of two 200-yard passing games in 2014.

2013: Named CFPA FCS National Freshman Performer of the Year...finished second in Patriot League Rookie of the Year voting... named the team’s Rookie of the Year and was selected as a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award, given by The Sports Network to the top FCS freshman in the country…played in eight games, making the final six starts...set a single-season school record for completion percentage (73%), connecting on 132-of-182 for 1,887 yards, 17 touchdowns and five interceptions…went 4-1 as a starter in the regular season…took over the quarterback duties in the second half of the Harvard game when he completed 17-of-22 for 235 yards and two touchdowns...received his first start and cemented himself in the role with his performance at Holy Cross, completing 21-of-22 (95.5%) for 283 yards and five touchdowns…set a school record for accuracy in that game (previous was 85.7% shared by three players)…completed his final 20 passes against Holy Cross to tie a Patriot League single-game record…the Holy Cross performance earned him Patriot League Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week honors (the first time ever a player won both awards in a single week) and College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Week…passing efficiency rating of 278.5 is the fourth-best single-game mark in the FCS this season…named Patriot League Rookie of the Week (11/4) following the Georgetown game when he completed 18-of-24 for 275 yards and 4TDs, including passes to nine receivers and touchdowns to four different targets…went third game without an interception, completing 19-of-25 for 271 yards and 2 TDs…in a win over No. 5 Fordham, completed 17-of-32 for 239 yards, 1 TD and four interceptions…threw for a career-high 378 yards on 20-of-27 passing in a Patriot League-clinching win over No. 15 Lehigh…garnered Lafayette-Lehigh MVP honors, the first freshman to do so since 1996…one of three Lafayette freshmen to win award…also named Patriot League Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week (11/25) while securing Sports Network Co-Freshman of the Week laurels following the 149th meeting…his 300-plus yard passing game at Lehigh was the first since 2010…Reed was first freshman since Marko Glavic in 2000 to start the rivalry game...finished the season with a 20-of-30 effort in the FCS Playoffs against New Hampshire despite being sacked 10 times.

AT ARLINGTON: Threw for 6,000-plus yards, 70 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in three years at quarterback...collected All-Metro First-Team honors three times...selected as the District Offensive Player of the Year... played in six games as a senior, completing 63 percent of his passes for 1,470 yards, 15 touchdowns and one interception...returned from injury to play in Liberty Bowl All-Star Game...tabbed as Touchdown Club Player of the Week...named best of Preps three times...as a junior, completed 20-of-20 passes (a Shelby County Metro Record) for 286 yards and six touchdowns for first playoff win in school history...led the Shelby Metro area in passing as a junior with nearly 2,800 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven picks...played varsity baseball, seeing time at shortstop and pitcher.

PERSONAL: Son of Jerry and Leslie Reed...has older brother, Logan...born 2/17/95.