Top 100 Prospects – No. 85 DT Kendall Reyes

There are a lot of football factories around the country, but there are none in New Hampshire. The state has fewer than 75 high school football programs with a population of just more than 1.3 million.

That can be seen in the number of Granite Staters that have rolled through the NFL over the years – it’s fewer than 25 players and in the last two years there has been only one – G Ryan Durand, who played in one game. The biggest names that rolled into football from N.H. were 15-year veteran quarterback Greg Landry and 14-seson center Don Macek

Kendall Reyes plans on changing all that. Born and raised in Nashua, he took his talents to the University of Connecticut where he played defensive tackle and defensive end for the Huskies and eventually ended up an All-Big East defensive stalwart and two-time team captain.

“A lot of people from where I’m from don’t have this opportunity,” Reyes said. “I wanted to do everything I can so that people remember me, where I come from. I want people to know that I’m from New Hampshire.” Here’s the Kendall Reyes story.

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