|High School:||Saint Luke's School|
2012: Played all ten games. Totaled 18 receptions for 261 yards and two touchdowns. Averaged 14.5 yards per catch and also added three kickoff returns for 73 yards (24.3 yds/return) to finish with 334 all-purpose yards. Played all eight NE-10 games and contributed 14 receptions for 168 yards (12.0/rec) and two touchdowns. Posted 11 receptions for 185 yards (team-best 16.8 yds/rec) in six home games. His two touchdown catches came in four road games. Contributed 12 catches for 137 yards (11.4 yds/rec) and two touchdowns in the Skyhawks five wins. Posted three receptions for a season-high 65 yards in season-opener against #25 Bloomsburg (8/31). Caught a season-high four passes for 48 yards in win over Southern Connecticut State (9/8). Had two receptions for 27 yards in win over Assumption (9/22). Returned a career-high two kickoffs for a career-best 50 yards at American International (10/5). Caught three passes for 47 yards and a career-high two touchdowns in win at Pace (11/3).
2011: NE-10 All-Rookie Team. Played all 11 games, starting ten, as a true freshman. Posted 24 receptions for 341 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 14.2 yards per catch. Also had four rushes for 27 yards (6.8 yds/carry) to finish with 368 all-purpose yards. Started in his collegiate debut and had three receptions for 27 yards in season-opening win over Curry (9/2). Had four receptions for a career-high 107 yards at Pace (9/10). Posted two catches for 42 yards, with an 11 yard rush against American International (9/24). Made a career-high five receptions for 43 yards and his first career touchdown at #23 New Haven (10/1). Posted four receptions for 80 yards, including a career long 60 yard reception, with a touchdown against Saint Anselm (11/5).
High School: 2011 graduate of Saint Luke's School in New Canaan, Conn. Four year letterwinner for coach Ryan Brown, serving as captain his junior and senior years. Helped lead team to Fairchester Athletic Association championship. Rushed for over 1,000 yards two straight seasons. Earned All-New England honors. Participated in Connecticut State Senior All-Star Game. Two-time Athlete of the Month.
Personal: Born August 26, 1992, in Norwalk, Conn. Brother, Nicolas Reiph played basketball at Curry College. Majoring in communication with a minor in marketing. Volunteers his time with summer youth football programs in his hometown. Supports the Philadelphia Eagles. Lists Adrian Peterson as a favorite athlete.