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C.J. Reavis
C.J.  Reavis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chester, Va.

Last College:
East Mississippi CC

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 208

Position:
S


10/14/2017

Marshall Football Postgame Quotes

Old Dominion 3, Marshall 35

10/15/2016

MCGILL: Herd Completes Comeback, Gets First C-USA Win

The Word on the Herd -- Oct. 15, 2016

10/15/2016

Marshall Football Postgame Notes

Marshall 27, Florida Atlantic 21

10/15/2016

Marshall Football Postgame Quotes

Marshall 27, Florida Atlantic 21

10/09/2016

Marshall Football Falls at North Texas

The Thundering Herd defense combined for six sacks

09/02/2017

Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio)

Marshall football against Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 2, 2017 at the Joan C. Edwards Stadium.

10/29/2016

Marshall at Southern Miss

Photos from Marshall football's game at Southern Miss on Oct. 29, 2016.

10/08/2016

Marshall at North Texas

Marshall football at North Texas on Saturday, October 8, 2016. Photos taken by Brendan Maloney

JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Played in nine games (six starts) before a season-ending injury … Missed three games but still ranked fifth on the team in tackles with 69 (23 solo, 46 assisted) … Recorded 2.0 tackles for a loss … Recovered a fumble against North Texas … had a season-best two passes broken up against Charlotte … Recorded a QB Hurry at Pittsburgh … Season-high 15 tackles came in a win against Florida Atlantic … Also recorded double-digit tackles (10) against Charlotte.

HERD FILE: Born Nov. 27, 1995 in Chester, Virginia … Full name is Cary Sidney Reavis II … Committed on Dec. 13 … Rated a three-star prospect by Rivals … Also had offers from Iowa State and West Virginia … Had 40 tackles, eight pass breakups and two interceptions for East Mississippi (8-1) in 2015 … Originally was a Class of 2014 prospect who signed with Virginia Tech … Played as freshman at Tech as backup in the strong safety spot  … As 2014 freshman, made 8 tackles in 12 games, with a forced fumble and blocked kick; top game was 3 tackles in Military Bowl win over Cincinnati … As high school senior at Thomas Dale, had offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miami, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Wake Forest, West Virginia and Wisconsin as a highly ranked recruit from Thomas Dale High School in Virginia … Rivals ranked him as the No. 26 safety in America and the No. 11 overall prospect in Virginia in the Class of 2014.