At Princeton — 2013: became Princeton's first two-time first-team All-America honoree in 20 years when he repeated the 2012 honor; he was also only the sixth player to earn consecutive honors since 1950 … named a finalist for the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year honors … earned third straight first-team All-Ivy League honor; he is only the fourth player in Princeton history to earn the honor three times … served as team co-captain and helped Princeton win 10th Ivy League title in program history, and first since 2006 season … led the league in sacks in Ivy games (5.5) … recorded 11 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks on the season … ended career in brilliant fashion, recording seven tackles, including four for loss, and three sacks at Dartmouth … had at least one tackle for loss in seven of 10 games … helped Princeton rank in the national Top 15 in sacks (third), turnover margin (fourth), first down defense (fourth) and third down conversion percentage (13th) … had three tackles, a sack, a quarterback hurry and a blocked kick in the comeback win over Lafayette … team co-captain. 2012: earned second-team All-America honors by The Sports Network after recording 40 tackles, including 9.5 for losses, and 5.5 sacks … earned unanimous first-team All-Ivy League honors on the defensive line; it was Reid's second straight time on the All-Ivy League First Team … named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after six tackles, including four for losses, and 2.5 sacks in 19-0 shutout of Brown; he also recorded a safety during the game … had season-best nine tackles, including 2.5 for loss, and one sack against Dartmouth … had five games with at least half a sack … had three blocked kicks during the season, including crucial one during fourth-quarter comeback against Harvard … forced a fumble in road victory at Yale to help clinch Princeton's first bonfire since 2006 … recorded at least four tackles in six games … missed Penn game with an injury. 2011: earned first-team All-Ivy League honors after one of best seasons by a Princeton defensive lineman in more than a decade … led all Ivy League linemen with 68 tackles, including 29 solo stops … led Princeton in tackles for loss (16), sacks (eight), pass breakups (three), quarterback hurries (three) and blocked kicks (three) … named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week after blocking two Dartmouth extra points in season finale … recoreded at least five tackles in nine games and averaged nine tackles per game over final three weeks … recorded career-high 11 tackles in home finale against Yale … had at least one sack in six games, including two apiece against both Harvard and Yale … recorded at least 2.5 tackles for loss in five games … forced a fumble in victory over Columbia … had two quarterback hurries and 3.5 tackles for loss against Harvard. 2010: played in one game (season opener at Lehigh) before suffering season-ending injury … recorded pass breakup. 2009: earned the Harland "Pink" Baker '22 Award as Princeton's top defensive freshman, along with defensive back Andrew Starks ... recorded 34 tackles, most among all Princeton freshmen, and added 4.5 tackles for loss, four pass breakups and a sack, as a member of the defensive line ... played both nose tackle and defensive end ... recorded at least five tackles in four straight games, including six apiece against Cornell and Yale ... recorded first sack against Dartmouth ... made collegiate debut as a member of the defensive line rotation and made five tackles, including four solo stops and one for loss, against The Citadel.
At Mount St. Michael Academy - earned all-league honors twice and all-city and all-state honors as a senior lineman ... two-time team captain ... NYCHSFL Player of the Week ... earned All-Bronx/Manhattan honors as a junior ... Joe Thomas Award recipient as lineman of the year ... winner of the school's Monsignor Matthew Peters student-athlete award ... member of the National Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars.
Personal - born Nov. 23, 1991 ... son of Courton Reid and Claudette Palmer-Reid ... father is a bishop, school principal and psychologist; mother is a clinical hematologist, minister and licensed educator ... has two brothers, Caryl and CaVar ... interested in a career in medicine or music ... enjoys singing, directing church choir and working out.