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Que Reid

S/RB 6'0" 195 Class of 2018
HIGH SCHOOL: Robinson
HOMETOWN: Concord, NC
FACEBOOK: elreid99
TWITTER: QueReid
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Honors / Personal Info
position:
S/RB

height:
6'0"

weight:
195

40:
4.6

class:
2018

gpa:
2.8

act:

sat:

broad jump:
9'1"

vertical:

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MISC: Dad, Lamont, played two seasons in the NFL with Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, and Denver Broncos following his collegiate career at NC State.

2017 Game by Game (RB)
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OPPONENT WIN/LOSS SCORE CAR RUSH YDS RUSH TDS REC REC YDS REC TDS
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2017 Season Statistics
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weeks record CARRUSH YDSRUSH TDSRECREC YDSREC TDS
0 0-0-0 72 34 0.0 0.0
2017 Game by Game (S/DB)
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OPPONENT WIN/LOSS SCORE TKLS SOLO PDS INT SACKS TDS
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2017 Season Statistics
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0 0-0-0 72 34 0.0 0.0
Press / Quotes

Right on Que: Versatile Bulldog playing best football of career with scouts, dad watching closely

Independent Tribune / September 29, 2017 / By Henry Hutton

 

“Most colleges are coming in saying you need to play defense, they want you as a rover (safety) or (weakside linebacker),” he added. “So I made the position change to be able to play college football.”

According to Bulldogs coach Joe Glass, this transition will make Reid a highly coveted prospect.

“We didn’t play him at safety for the last few years, but Que’s a freak; he’s an absolute monster,” Glass said. “Que is going to be a Division I strong safety.”

Bulldogs’ title defense off to seamless start

In 2016, the Bulldogs won the school’s first outright conference title with a thrilling overtime win over Concord in the season finale, but they aren’t satisfied and returned to the field Monday as hungry as ever.

Out of this large group of players, one that many will have their eye on is senior running back/strong safety Que Reid, one of the most athletic players in the county. Reid missed most of 2016 with injury.

“It’s good to see him back out there at full strength,” said Glass. “He’s stronger than he was last year. He’s weighing more than he did last year.”

Before this season, Reid was used primarily as a running back or a slot receiver for the Bulldogs, but his athletic prowess has garnered the attention of Division I colleges.

However, most of these schools see the senior as a strong safety, so this, coupled with the fact the Bulldogs have more of a need in the secondary, will lead to Reid spending much more of his time on the defensive side of the ball.

First Steps: Official football practices begin Monday

CONCORD, N.C. -- It’s mere hours away. Early Monday morning, roughly half of Cabarrus County’s high school football teams will be taking the field for their first official days of practice for the 2017 season.

“This is the group that I started with, and I’m definitely excited to see all the work these kids and coaches have put in to turn this program around,” said Glass, who also lost a starting quarterback in Josh Dale (UNC Pembroke).

“This group of seniors is special to me, and I’m ready to get out there with them.”

Watch for some special stuff this season in rushing tandem Dawson Williams and Que Reid.

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