Tulsa Postgame AAC Championship Game: Senior SLB Treyvon Reeves says program improving; Coach Montgomery the key

Treyvon Reeves
Treyvon Reeves SLB Tulsa On AAC title game loss at Cincinnati 12 19 2020.mp3
  • POSITION Linebacker
  • HEIGHT 6-2
  • WEIGHT 224
  • CLASS Redshirt Senior
  • HOMETOWN Fort Worth, Texas
  • HIGHSCHOOL Boswell

TULSA – A three-year letterwinner … has played in 35 career games and has one career start … has 32 career tackles and one quarterback sack for -7 yards.
 
2019 – Played in 11 games in 2019, mostly on special teams … had 12 tackles, including nine solo stops … missed the OSU contest … saw his most extensive playing time at linebacker against UCF, when he replaced an injured Diamon Cannon … totaled a career-best seven tackles in that UCF contest.
 
2018 – Played in all 12 games and had one start … was credited with 13 tackles and one stop for -7 yards … tallied four tackles and one sack for -7 yards vs. Arkansas State … had three solo tackles at Texas … started his first career game against UConn and finished with four tackles and one quarterback hurry.
 
2017 – Played in all 12 games, mostly on special teams … was credited with seven tackles … had two tackles in the New Mexico and USF games.
 
2016 – Was one of several true freshmen to sit out the season due to redshirt status.

PERSONAL – Favorite pro sports team is the Dallas Cowboys … favorite book is The Outsiders … his favorite pro athlete is Lebron James … favorite sports movie is Friday Night Lights … the one word he uses to best describe himself is “humble” … has five younger siblings … father is John Reeves and stepmother is Jessica Reeves … his mother Anitra Tillis is deceased … majoring in organizational studies … born April 30, 1998.

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