ASU: Walk-on junior college transfer who contributed heavily on special teams in this career...played in 24 games over the last two seasons and recorded 27 tackles (14 solo)...joined the team prior to the start of the 2006 season, and saw his first game action in 2007.
2008: Played in all 12 games as a reserve linebacker and on the kick coverage units on special teams...finished with 19 tackles (10 solo) on the season...was a semifinalist for the Draddy Trophy, the award known as the "Academic Heisman"...had two solo tackles in season-opening win over Northern Arizona on Aug. 30...collected two tackles at California on Oct. 4...posted four tackles at Oregon State on Nov. 1...had two tackles at Washington on Nov. 8...recorded a season-high five tackles (two solo) in win over UCLA on Nov. 28...won the Babe Alex Demon Special Teams Player of the Year Award and the Clyde B. Smith Award for academic achievement at the team's year-end banquet.
2007: Played in 12 games, including all nine Pac-10 contests, as a reserve linebacker and as part of the coverage units on special teams...totaled eight tackles (four solo) on the season...had his first career tackle in the fourth quarter of season-opening victory over San Jose State on Sept. 1...recorded three tackles (one solo) in win over Arizona on Dec. 1...finished the season by collecting two solo tackles in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl against Texas on Dec. 27.
2006: Redshirted as a member of ASU's scout team.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: A 2006 graduate of Foothill Junior College in Los Altos, Calif....earned Foothill's Effort Habit Award after leading the team in tackles (94) during the 2005 season...played free safety as a freshman and linebacker as a sophomore...coached by Marshall Sperbeck.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, Calif....totaled 96 tackles, five sacks and one interception on defense and 1,325 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns on offense as a senior...earned first-team All-De Anza League honors as a senior...earned De Anza League Co-Most Valuable Player recognition as a senior and was also named Wilcox's Most Valuable Player...was named first-team All-Mid-Peninsula and first-team All-Mercury News by the San Jose Mercury News...was named first-team All-De Anza League at quarterback as a junior and was named the De Anza League Junior of the Year...ran for 12 touchdowns and threw a touchdown pass as a junior...lettered four times in football, three times in baseball and twice in track...coached by Woody Freitas at Wilcox High School.
PERSONAL: Earned his degree (B.I.S., interdisciplinary studies) in December of 2008...parents are Anthony Reyes, Sr. (aviation mechanic) and Kathi Reyes (federal officer with border customs and protection) of Santa Clara, Calif....has three siblings, Andrew, A.J. and Anjelina...lists his most exciting sports moment as intercepting a pass while playing at Foothill to seal a victory over top-ranked San Francisco City College, which hadn't been beaten at home in 11 years...enjoys singing and bowling...born Aug. 9, 1986 in Santa Clara, Calif....full name is Anthony Richard Reyes.
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