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Draft Scout Chip Reeves News
08/27/13 - WR Chip Reeves was waived by the Redskins Monday.
03/05/13 - 2013 Troy Pro Day: Troy receiver Chip Reeves didn’t only want to make a good impression on the field for NFL scouts at the Trojans’ Pro Day on Monday, he also wanted to avoid a bad impression off of it. So Reeves took the field and participated without his trademark gold grilles. “I don’t wear grilles to job interviews,” Reeves told reporters after he put up some impressive numbers. “It’s bad business if I had come out here and given these people a bad impression. These people don’t know me. I don’t want to give them a negative thug image.”
Reeves’ 41-inch vertical leap and a 40 time in the 4.4 range left the scouts with favorable images. “My agent told me I did good,” Reeves said. “I did as expected. I’m disappointed not to run a 4.3, but it was a 4.4, which is still better than average.”
Troy strength and conditioning coach Richard Shaughnessy said he was proud of the 20 or so Trojans who participated. Around a dozen other players from other schools also participated. “I think everybody who worked out helped himself. I don’t think anybody hurt himself,” Shaughnessy said. - Ken Rogers, The Dothan Eagle
03/05/13 - 2013 Troy Pro Day: Troy head coach Larry Blakeney said his program cooperates fully with the NFL. “We have always opened our doors totally to NFL personnel to evaluate our student-athletes, which is only right,” Blakeney said. “The NFL is the hardest job in America to get, and definitely the hardest job in America to keep. We want to do everything we can do to make the process work for our players and the NFL guys.” It worked for several Troy players Monday, including Reeves. “I want them to see I’m a hard working athlete,” the receiver said. “I won’t take my opportunity for granted.”
Yes, Reeves said, it’s “crazy” that with three or four years of game film, the importance of a good 40 time and shuttle run and broad jump is still so crucial. “It’s a business,” he said. “There’s a lot of guys in the country that have good film. They want to see individual work, as well as on the field. You can’t complain. That’s what they want to see so I’m going to come out here and show them.” - Ken Rogers, The Dothan Eagle
12/14/12 - 2012 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES & MEDIA): Chip Reeves (Troy, WR, Sr.), has been selected First Team All-Sun Belt Conference (Coaches & Media selection) for the 2012 college football season. Reeves led the Sun Belt and ranked 28th nationally averaging 87.5 yards per game in addition to leading the league in catches of over 20, 30, 40 and 50 yards; he finished fourth in the NCAA in catches of over 30 and 50 yards.
The senior was the only Sun Belt player to have five 100-yard receiving games this season and the first player in Troy history to do so four times. Reeves finished 120 yards shy of the single-season school receiving record after hauling in 65 catches for 1,050 yards and six touchdowns. - Troy football