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Reeder, in just one season, has established himself as a playmaker. He had 57 tackles, eight for loss, and was Yorkville’s defensive MVP as a sophomore.
Reeder roamed from free safety to linebacker. Yorkville coach Dan McGuire plans to stick with him at safety this fall, but isn’t afraid to move him around based on matchups.
“He played just about every position he could play last year, which is amazing for a sophomore,” McGuire said. “If there is an opponent we need to stop, we will use Cale to stop an opponent’s best player. We want to put him in a position to be successful.”
Reeder may just be a junior, but he’s clearly earned cache around the Foxes.
He committed himself during the offseason, packing on 15 pounds, and played travel 7-on-7 with the Naperville-based Midwest BOOM. Reeder, also a standout wrestler, has designs on playing football at the next level.