2021-22 Football
1-O Jeffrey Jackson QB
1-D Keyon Turner DB
2-O Chuck Maxwell WR
2-D Evan Annis LB
3-O Robert Washington RB
3-D Jadarius Horton DB
4-O Matt Ross WR
4-D Trejuan Purty DL
5-O Ben Nimz QB
5-D Donovan Earles DB
6-O Ollie Reese WR
6-D Gavin Twigg LB
7-O Nick Orekoya RB
7-D Josh Gholston DB
8 Teryn Berry QB
9-O Cam Livingston WR
9-D Nicholas Price Jr. DL
10-O Solomon Davis WR
10-D Jaxon Peifer LB
11 Gabe Lawson QB
12 Jordan Bingham WR
13 Braden Contreras WR
14 Marvin Rushing DB
15 Doug Haugh RB
16 Mason Kaplan QB
17-O Michael Appel Jr. QB
17-D DJ Pallan LB
19-O Tytus Ragle WR
19-D Jamauri Jackson DB
20-O Trey Stablein WR
20-D Austin Chilton DB
21-O Myles Parker WR
21-D Anthony Sciarroni DB
22 Oscar Lopez LB
24 Trey Psota LB
25 Garner Jones WR
26 Jaedon Orr RB
27 Luke Patterson DB
29 Kohlton Sherman DB
30-O Darius Lane RB
30-D Jalen McBride DB
31-O Trent Pennington WR
31-D Max Franco DB
32-O Henry Helgeson WR
32-D Cole Adams DB
33-S Ben Niesner K/P
33-D Akil Mitchell DB
34 Cade Bishop DL
35 Colin Graves DB
37 Caleb Rao WR
39 Barret Labus RB
40 Connor Hebbeler TE
41 Johnny Fairbank DB
42 Adam Mekky LB
43 Jake Marinelli DL
44-S Patrick Oliva P/K
44-O Evan Jernegan TE
45-O Jahni Clarke RB
45-D Brian Hunter III DB
46 Austin Martins DL
47 Uko Umana LB
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51 Max Kobs LB
52 Michael Momber DL
53 Trent Miller DL
55 Ayden Davison LB
56 Fletcher Christian DL
57 Hayden Bedell LB
58 James Doerer LB
59 Chase Folkestad DL
60 Tyler Eberhart OL
61 Jacob Ford OL
62 Carter Woody OL
63 Bennett Meyers OL
64 Ryan Merklinger OL
66 Josh Leathers OL
67 Joe Monahan OL
68 Aaron Byrd OL
69 Stone Dixon OL
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72 Drew Parrish OL
73 Danny Files OL
74 Brett Gray OL
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76 Nolan Garrard OL
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81 Josh Becton WR
82 Alex Conlin TE
83 Rylen Richardson WR
84 Brett Bittner TE
85 Liam O'Connell TE
86 Dom Grguric WR
87-O Seth Broussard TE
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88-O Diego Del Castillo WR
88-D George Dristiliaris DL
89 Jake Vickers TE
90 Sam Hafner DL
91 Tommy Palmer LS
92 Gaillin Mitchell DL
93 Kurt Kessen DL
94 Nathan Orlandini DL
95 James Keighley DL
96 Kevin Spelman DL
97 George Trojanek DL
99-S Ryan Hawk K
99-D Breydan Ford DL
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Ollie Reese

#6-O Ollie Reese

Pos. WR
Ht. 6-3
Wt. 200
Yr. Sr.
Hometown Franklin, Tenn.
High School (Prev. School) Battle Ground

Fall 2021 All-PFL Honorable Mention
Fall 2021 Phil Steele All-PFL Third Team
Fall 2021 Team Four-Year Man Award
2019 All-PFL Honorable Mention 

Fall 2021: Earned All-PFL Honorable Mention and received the team’s Outstanding Four-Year Man Award... Named to the Phil Steele All-PFL Third Team... Totaled 76 receptions, seven touchdowns and 1,166 receiving yards over 39 games in his four-year career... Played in all 11 games while notching a team-high 457 receiving yards and totaling 25 receptions including a pair of touchdowns... Posted a season-high 94 receiving yards on Oct. 2 vs. Marist... Had a season-high five receptions on Oct. 20 vs. Morehead State.

Spring 2021: Started the first five games of the season for the Brown & Gold… Earned the team’s Offensive Player of the Week honor after his March 20 performance vs. Drake, when he established career highs in both receptions (8) and receiving yards (86)… Totaled 13 receptions for 129 yards and accrued 201 all-purpose yards including 68 on his four kickoff returns… Member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll… Earned Valparaiso University Presidential Academic Honors.

2019: Received All-PFL Honorable Mention recognition… Appeared in all 12 games and led Valpo in receptions (34), receiving yards (545) and receiving touchdowns (five) while averaging 16.0 yards per catch and 45.4 receiving yards per game… Four of his five touchdown catches came over the final three weeks of the season… Finished 10th in the Pioneer Football League at 45.4 receiving yards per game and sixth in all-purpose yards per game at 110.7… Had seven punt returns for 34 yards plus 34 kickoff returns for 749 yards… Finished seventh in the PFL in kickoff return average at 22.0… Had the most all-purpose yards by a Valpo player – both total (1,328) and per game (110.7) – since 2008, when John Popper totaled 1,356 and averaged 123.3… Went from four receptions for 35 yards as a freshman in 2018 to 34 receptions for 545 yards as a sophomore…  Made his first career TD catch in the season opener at Eastern Kentucky, a 61 yarder from Chris Duncan… Over doubled his receiving yard total from all of last season in the season opener alone with three grabs for 71 yards at Eastern Kentucky… Had a 61-yard grab from Joe Mullen on Sept. 21 at Truman State, already his second 61-yard catch of the season… Had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on Oct. 12 vs. Dayton. That was the second-longest kickoff return by a PFL player all season behind only Dayton’s Jake Chisholm, who took one 97 yards on Sept. 21 vs. Duquesne… Set season highs in receptions (six) and receiving yards (78) on Oct. 19 at San Diego… Had his second six-catch game of the year on Nov. 9 vs. Morehead State… Became the first Valpo player with two touchdown receptions in a single game in 2019 by snagging two on Nov. 16 at Butler.

2018: Saw action in all 11 games and made four receptions for 35 yards as a rookie… Made his collegiate debut and snared his first career reception on Sept. 8 at Duquesne… Had a 15-yard catch on Nov. 3 at Marist, his longest reception of the season… Member of the PFL Honor Roll.

Prep: Was nominated as a team captain as a senior… Finished his high school career with 87 catches for 1,636 yards and 21 touchdowns in two seasons as a starter… Was selected as Gateway Tire Player of the Week for having five catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns…Was a state runner-up in football and as a senior was knocked out in the semifinal round of the state tournament with a 12-2 record… Led his team in receiving yards and touchdowns as a senior and finished tied for the most receiving touchdowns in school history… Was selected to the division 2A all-state team as a senior in addition to earning all-region honors his junior year… Member of the digamma society and National Honor Society… Was a founding member of his school’s Sports Ethics Club, which focused on discussing and debating trending sports topics… Attended Battle Ground Academy for 13 years and also played basketball and baseball in high school… Was a shooting guard in basketball and was on the all-region tournament team his junior year… Played center field in baseball and won a regional championship his junior year…. Favorite high school memories are winning a regional in baseball and scoring three touchdowns on his senior night against a rival school in football.

Personal: Son of Steve and Margie Reese… Father Steve is a financial wholesaler, while his mother Margie works at an antique shop in the city of Franklin… Has one sister, Bailey, who is a member of the University of Tennessee Knoxville Class of 2019… Father and grandfather both played collegiate football… His father played both football and baseball at Bridgewater College in Virginia and graduated in 1985… In his free time, plays golf with his father and friends and enjoys concerts and music festivals. Also interested in photography… Majoring in marketing… Was born on Feb. 21… Hometown is a small, historic town outside of Nashville… Volunteers as a coach of a sixth-grade 7-on-7 team… Favorite athlete is Russell Westbrook.