American football wide receiver and return specialist Jayden Reed (born April 28, 2000) plays for the Michigan State Spartans. The Western Michigan Broncos benefited from his talents.
Reed was raised in Aurora, Illinois. While at Metea Valley High School, he was teammates with future Michigan State teammate Payton Thorne on the football team. He has 23 receptions for 403 yards and four scores as a junior. Before the start of his senior year, he and Thorne both transferred to Naperville Central High School.
This past month, the Spartans’ best player, if not the best player, has been sidelined by injuries. On Thursday, freshman quarterback Katin Houser said that top wide receiver and return game specialist Jayden Reed has been “in and out with injuries” throughout this month. Houser added that Reed is currently participating in Spartans’ practises again.
Houser didn’t specify what kind of injuries Reed has been dealing with, so it’s possible this isn’t a significant matter. However, given Reed’s significance on offence and special teams, it’s more likely that this is a serious issue.
Aside from Houser’s note, we haven’t heard anything else about Reed’s injuries, and I suspect we will. The coaching staff doesn’t enjoy revealing any injury news, therefore I would also predict that this is the last time Houser speaks to the public this year.
On Thursday, Michigan State’s true freshman quarterback Katin Houser held his first media appearance as a Spartan, but we might not hear from the young man again for some time.
Houser let out to the local press during a Q&A that senior wide receiver Jayden Reed has been nursing some ailments throughout fall training.
Reed is the most seasoned wide receiver for Michigan State and also served as the team’s primary punt and kick returner last year, helping him win All-Big Ten accolades on special teams.
Reed’s tertiary education began at Western Michigan University. With 56 receptions for 797 yards and eight scores, he was recognised as an All-Freshman Team selection by the Football Writers Association of America. Reed said he will depart the programme at the end of the season. When given the opportunity, he picked Michigan State to transfer there.
Due to transfer regulations at the NCAA level, Reed had to sit out his first year of play at Michigan State. He led Michigan State with 33 receptions for 407 yards and three touchdowns as a redshirt sophomore in 2020 when the Spartans played only seven games due to the cancellation of the rest of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reed has been recognised as an honourable mention All-Big Ten Conference selection as a return specialist after he brought back 16 kickoffs for 329 yards and two punts for 14 yards. After returning a punt for a score and two kickoffs for 69 yards in a 23-20 overtime win against Nebraska, he was awarded the Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 4 of his redshirt junior season.
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