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Keenan Reynolds
WR/RS #14
Height:
5-10
Weight:
190
Age:
23
College:
Navy
Hometown:
Antioch, TN
Experience:
1

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update

— Key Transactions —

  • Keenan Reynolds was selected in the sixth round (182nd overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft...Was the first of two Baltimore choices (CB Maurice Canady) in the round

— College Honors —

  • Finished fifth in Heisman Trophy voting (2015)
  • Finalist for the Manning Award (2015)
  • Semifinalist for Walter Camp Player of the Year (2015)
  • Semifinalist for the Maxwell Award (2015)
  • Semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award (2015)
  • Third-team All-American by the Associated Press (2015)
  • Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015)
  • American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015)
  • First-team All-AAC (2015)
  • FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Year (2013, 2014)
  • First-team FBS All-Independent (2013-14)
  • Sports Illustrated honorable mention All-American (2014)
  • Military Bowl Most Valuable Player (2015)
  • Poinsettia Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player (2014)
  • Armed Forces Bowl MVP (2013)
  • Independent Rookie of the Year (2012)
  • AAU James E. Sullivan Award, presented to the U.S. amateur athlete whose outstanding athletic accomplishments are complemented by qualities of leadership, character and sportsmanship (2016)
  • Naval Academy Athletic Association’s Thompson Cup honoree, presented to the midshipman who has done the most during the year to promote Navy Athletics (2014)

— Career Highlights —

  • His 88 career rushing TDs are the most in NCAA Division-I history (includes FBS and FCS), while his 88 career scores (rushing & receiving) are the most in NCAA FBS history
  • Scored at least 1 TD in 37 games, tied for the second most in NCAA history and one shy of the record held by Florida’s Tim Tebow (38)
  • Scored 2-or-more TDs in a game 24 times in his career, tied for the third most in NCAA history
  • Scored 3-or-more TDs an NCAA-record 16 times in his career...Averaged 1.8 TDs per contest (88 in 50 games), the second-best average in NCAA history
  • Is the first player in NCAA history to have three seasons of scoring 23-or-more rushing TDs in a campaign
  • Led Navy to seven fourth-quarter (or overtime) game-winning drives, which was the nation’s most among active QBs in 2015
  • His 4,559 career rushing yards are the most in NCAA history by a QB and the most overall in Navy history
  • His 530 career points are the most in NCAA history
  • Was responsible for a Naval Academy-record 716 points during his career (88 rushing TDs, 31 passing TDs and one 2-point conversion)
  • Threw just 8 INTs on 462 attempts for a .017 INT%, the best such mark in Navy history
  • Is Navy’s record holder for career TD passes (31)
  • 32 career wins are the most in Navy history (32-13 overall)
  • Was an impressive 7-1 (.875) in Service Academy games
  • First quarterback in the history of the Army-Navy game to post a 4-0 mark as the starting QB

— Personal —

  • Father, Donald, played football at UT-Martin
  • His Navy service assignment is “information warfare”
  • Graduated with a degree in international relations
  • Recipient of the inaugural Stephen Decatur Award (2015), presented by the White House Historical Association...The award recognizes a young leader who upholds the ideals exemplified by its namesake...Decatur was one of the most decorated naval officers in U.S. history, but the award is not exclusive to the military
  • Received an invitation to attend President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union Address on Jan. 12, 2016 as a guest of Tennessee Congressman Jim Cooper

— Season Recaps —

2015: (NAVY – 13/13)

  • Ranked second in the country in rushing TDs (24) and fifth in overall scoring (11.1 ppg)...Was the nation’s leading rusher among QBs (105.6 ypg), posting 1,373 yards on 265 carries (5.2 avg.)...Also passed for a career-high 1,203 yards on 61 of 115 attempts, throwing 8 TDs and just 1 INT
  • Earned All-AAC first-team honors and was a finalist for the Manning Award...Was also a semifinalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Maxwell Award and the Davey O’Brien Award, in addition to finishing fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting
  • Led Navy to an 11-2 record and victory in the Military Bowl, where he broke the record for most total TDs (88) in FBS history with his 3-score game against Pitt...Earned game MVP honors, finishing the contest as Navy’s leading rusher (24-144, 3 TDs), leading passer (9-17-0, 126 yds, 1 TD) and leading receiver (1-47)...In the Military Bowl victory, he also became the NCAA record holder for points in a career (530) and most career rushing yards by a QB (4,559)
  • Was named the MVP of the annual Army-Navy game after leading the Midshipmen with 136 rushing yards and 2 TDs on 21 carries, also completing 6 of 14 passes for 113 yards and a TD...Became the first player in the Army-Navy series history to post a 4-0 record as the starting QB...Also became the first player in school history to have two 1,000-yard passing and rushing seasons in a career
  • Completed 13 of 16 passes for a career-high 312 yards and 1 TD, while rushing 19 times for 84 yards and 1 TD at Houston
  • Named AAC Offensive Player of the Week for a second-straight week after rushing for 3 TDs and throwing another in Navy’s win at UConn
  • Named AAC and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 142 yards and an AAC-record 5 TDs vs. ECU

2014: (NAVY – 11/11)

  • Led an offensive unit that ranked No. 2 in rushing offense (338.1 ypg) and No. 2 in passing yards per completion (17.1 ypc)...Threw for 843 yards and 6 TDs on 52-of-111 passing, adding 1,191 rushing yards and 23 TDs on 250 carries...Garnered first-team FBS All-Independent honors and was named FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Year
  • Named the Poinsettia Bowl Offensive MVP after scoring both of Navy’s TDs in the win over San Diego State
  • Led the Mids with 100 rushing yards on 26 carries to lead Navy to its 13th-straight victory against Army
  • With 3 TDs at South Alabama, became the NCAA’s all-time leader for most rushing TDs in a career by a QB...Also became the NCAA record holder for most 3-TD games (12)
  • Earned FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after rushing 30 times for 277 yards and 6 TDs, also completing 5 of 8 passes for 71 yards and 1 TD, vs. Georgia Southern
  • Named the FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after tallying 251 rushing yards and 3 TDs vs. San Jose State...Broke Navy’s record for career TDs

2013: (NAVY – 13/13)

  • Named first-team FBS All-Independent and the FBS All-Independent Offensive Player of the Year after tallying 1,346 rushing yards on 300 carries and a Navy-record 31 TDs...Also completed 68 of 128 passes for 1,057 yards and 8 TDs
  • Named the Armed Forces Bowl MVP following a 2-TD output vs. Middle Tennessee...Became the fourth player and only QB in FBS history to score 30 rushing TDs in a season, joining Barry Sanders (OSU, 37 in 1988), Montee Ball (Wis., 33 in 2011) and Kapri Bibbs (CSU, 31 in 2013)
  • Earned several Player of the Week honors following his performance vs. San Jose State, in which he rushed for 240 yards and an NCAA-record (by a QB) 7 TDs
  • Navy’s offense gained 331 rushing yards, with Reynolds rushing for 53 yards and 3 TDs, at Notre Dame...Also completed 6 of 9 passes for 88 yards and a TD
  • Carried the ball a career-high 32 times for 127 yards and 3 TDs in the Mids’ season-opening win at Indiana

2012: (NAVY – 13/8)

  • Started the final eight games of the season and was named the FBS Independent Rookie of the Year...Navy ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense (278.5 ypg), with Reynolds posting 649 rushing yards and 10 TDs...Also threw for 898 yards (61-of-108 passing) and a career-high 9 TDs
  • Became the first Navy QB to win his first four career starts since senior Bob Powers (six straight) in 1979
  • Named FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Mids to a 31-13 road win over Central Michigan...Became the first Navy freshman to start at QB since 1991 (Jim Kubiak), completing 6 of 11 passes for 134 yards and 3 TDs, also rushing 24 times for 59 yards

— High School —

  • Prepped at Goodpasture Christian (Madison, TN), where he was a four-year letter-winner in football and track...Two-time All-State football selection who was also twice named the district’s MVP...Led his team to back-to-back (2010-11) district football titles with a combined 21-6 record

Download 2011 Bio Update

— Key Transactions —

  • Keenan Reynolds was selected in the sixth round (182nd overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft...Was the first of two Baltimore choices (CB Maurice Canady) in the round

— College Honors —

  • Finished fifth in Heisman Trophy voting (2015)
  • Finalist for the Manning Award (2015)
  • Semifinalist for Walter Camp Player of the Year (2015)
  • Semifinalist for the Maxwell Award (2015)
  • Semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award (2015)
  • Third-team All-American by the Associated Press (2015)
  • Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015)
  • American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015)
  • First-team All-AAC (2015)
  • FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Year (2013, 2014)
  • First-team FBS All-Independent (2013-14)
  • Sports Illustrated honorable mention All-American (2014)
  • Military Bowl Most Valuable Player (2015)
  • Poinsettia Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player (2014)
  • Armed Forces Bowl MVP (2013)
  • Independent Rookie of the Year (2012)
  • AAU James E. Sullivan Award, presented to the U.S. amateur athlete whose outstanding athletic accomplishments are complemented by qualities of leadership, character and sportsmanship (2016)
  • Naval Academy Athletic Association’s Thompson Cup honoree, presented to the midshipman who has done the most during the year to promote Navy Athletics (2014)

— Career Highlights —

  • His 88 career rushing TDs are the most in NCAA Division-I history (includes FBS and FCS), while his 88 career scores (rushing & receiving) are the most in NCAA FBS history
  • Scored at least 1 TD in 37 games, tied for the second most in NCAA history and one shy of the record held by Florida’s Tim Tebow (38)
  • Scored 2-or-more TDs in a game 24 times in his career, tied for the third most in NCAA history
  • Scored 3-or-more TDs an NCAA-record 16 times in his career...Averaged 1.8 TDs per contest (88 in 50 games), the second-best average in NCAA history
  • Is the first player in NCAA history to have three seasons of scoring 23-or-more rushing TDs in a campaign
  • Led Navy to seven fourth-quarter (or overtime) game-winning drives, which was the nation’s most among active QBs in 2015
  • His 4,559 career rushing yards are the most in NCAA history by a QB and the most overall in Navy history
  • His 530 career points are the most in NCAA history
  • Was responsible for a Naval Academy-record 716 points during his career (88 rushing TDs, 31 passing TDs and one 2-point conversion)
  • Threw just 8 INTs on 462 attempts for a .017 INT%, the best such mark in Navy history
  • Is Navy’s record holder for career TD passes (31)
  • 32 career wins are the most in Navy history (32-13 overall)
  • Was an impressive 7-1 (.875) in Service Academy games
  • First quarterback in the history of the Army-Navy game to post a 4-0 mark as the starting QB

— Personal —

  • Father, Donald, played football at UT-Martin
  • His Navy service assignment is “information warfare”
  • Graduated with a degree in international relations
  • Recipient of the inaugural Stephen Decatur Award (2015), presented by the White House Historical Association...The award recognizes a young leader who upholds the ideals exemplified by its namesake...Decatur was one of the most decorated naval officers in U.S. history, but the award is not exclusive to the military
  • Received an invitation to attend President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union Address on Jan. 12, 2016 as a guest of Tennessee Congressman Jim Cooper

— Season Recaps —

2015: (NAVY – 13/13)

  • Ranked second in the country in rushing TDs (24) and fifth in overall scoring (11.1 ppg)...Was the nation’s leading rusher among QBs (105.6 ypg), posting 1,373 yards on 265 carries (5.2 avg.)...Also passed for a career-high 1,203 yards on 61 of 115 attempts, throwing 8 TDs and just 1 INT
  • Earned All-AAC first-team honors and was a finalist for the Manning Award...Was also a semifinalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Maxwell Award and the Davey O’Brien Award, in addition to finishing fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting
  • Led Navy to an 11-2 record and victory in the Military Bowl, where he broke the record for most total TDs (88) in FBS history with his 3-score game against Pitt...Earned game MVP honors, finishing the contest as Navy’s leading rusher (24-144, 3 TDs), leading passer (9-17-0, 126 yds, 1 TD) and leading receiver (1-47)...In the Military Bowl victory, he also became the NCAA record holder for points in a career (530) and most career rushing yards by a QB (4,559)
  • Was named the MVP of the annual Army-Navy game after leading the Midshipmen with 136 rushing yards and 2 TDs on 21 carries, also completing 6 of 14 passes for 113 yards and a TD...Became the first player in the Army-Navy series history to post a 4-0 record as the starting QB...Also became the first player in school history to have two 1,000-yard passing and rushing seasons in a career
  • Completed 13 of 16 passes for a career-high 312 yards and 1 TD, while rushing 19 times for 84 yards and 1 TD at Houston
  • Named AAC Offensive Player of the Week for a second-straight week after rushing for 3 TDs and throwing another in Navy’s win at UConn
  • Named AAC and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 142 yards and an AAC-record 5 TDs vs. ECU

2014: (NAVY – 11/11)

  • Led an offensive unit that ranked No. 2 in rushing offense (338.1 ypg) and No. 2 in passing yards per completion (17.1 ypc)...Threw for 843 yards and 6 TDs on 52-of-111 passing, adding 1,191 rushing yards and 23 TDs on 250 carries...Garnered first-team FBS All-Independent honors and was named FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Year
  • Named the Poinsettia Bowl Offensive MVP after scoring both of Navy’s TDs in the win over San Diego State
  • Led the Mids with 100 rushing yards on 26 carries to lead Navy to its 13th-straight victory against Army
  • With 3 TDs at South Alabama, became the NCAA’s all-time leader for most rushing TDs in a career by a QB...Also became the NCAA record holder for most 3-TD games (12)
  • Earned FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after rushing 30 times for 277 yards and 6 TDs, also completing 5 of 8 passes for 71 yards and 1 TD, vs. Georgia Southern
  • Named the FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after tallying 251 rushing yards and 3 TDs vs. San Jose State...Broke Navy’s record for career TDs

2013: (NAVY – 13/13)

  • Named first-team FBS All-Independent and the FBS All-Independent Offensive Player of the Year after tallying 1,346 rushing yards on 300 carries and a Navy-record 31 TDs...Also completed 68 of 128 passes for 1,057 yards and 8 TDs
  • Named the Armed Forces Bowl MVP following a 2-TD output vs. Middle Tennessee...Became the fourth player and only QB in FBS history to score 30 rushing TDs in a season, joining Barry Sanders (OSU, 37 in 1988), Montee Ball (Wis., 33 in 2011) and Kapri Bibbs (CSU, 31 in 2013)
  • Earned several Player of the Week honors following his performance vs. San Jose State, in which he rushed for 240 yards and an NCAA-record (by a QB) 7 TDs
  • Navy’s offense gained 331 rushing yards, with Reynolds rushing for 53 yards and 3 TDs, at Notre Dame...Also completed 6 of 9 passes for 88 yards and a TD
  • Carried the ball a career-high 32 times for 127 yards and 3 TDs in the Mids’ season-opening win at Indiana

2012: (NAVY – 13/8)

  • Started the final eight games of the season and was named the FBS Independent Rookie of the Year...Navy ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense (278.5 ypg), with Reynolds posting 649 rushing yards and 10 TDs...Also threw for 898 yards (61-of-108 passing) and a career-high 9 TDs
  • Became the first Navy QB to win his first four career starts since senior Bob Powers (six straight) in 1979
  • Named FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Mids to a 31-13 road win over Central Michigan...Became the first Navy freshman to start at QB since 1991 (Jim Kubiak), completing 6 of 11 passes for 134 yards and 3 TDs, also rushing 24 times for 59 yards

— High School —

  • Prepped at Goodpasture Christian (Madison, TN), where he was a four-year letter-winner in football and track...Two-time All-State football selection who was also twice named the district’s MVP...Led his team to back-to-back (2010-11) district football titles with a combined 21-6 record
 

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