It's now 28 days until kickoff of Catamount football against the Mars Hill University Lions in E.J.Whitmire Stadium on September 5th in Cullowhee.
To help pass those long summer days until football season officially starts, and to hopefully get the Catamount faithful more excited about the upcoming season, we'll continue the 100 day football countdown each day until kickoff day arrives.
Utilizing the 2015 Preseason Football Roster, #28 is assigned to two players, Tyran Reynolds & Shawn Swain
#28 Tyran Reynolds
Class: RS Freshman
Hometown: Crystal River, Fla.
High School: Crystal River HS
Height / Weight: 6-1 / 190
2014 (Freshman): Redshirted ... Playing for the Purple squad, caught two passes for 41 yards and what proved to be the game-winning touchdown in WCU's annual Spring Game.
Prior to Western Carolina: A versatile athlete who played quarterback, running back, wide receiver and cornerback in high school ... Earned All-County honors as a wide receiver after recording 812 receiving yards and 10 receiving touchdowns as a senior ... Played in the 2014 National Underclassmen Combine (NUC) All-South Senior Game, catching a game-high five passes for 83 yards and a touchdown ... Named the West Offensive MVP in the NUC All-Star game ... Named Mr. Crystal River High ... Also played basketball as a prep ... High school coach was Nate Varnadore.
Personal: Is the son of Ryan Reynolds and Fatima Proctor with stepmother Meryl Reynolds ... Has two siblings, brother Bilial Jenkins and sister Sade Jenkins.
#28 Shawn Swain
Hometown: Middleton, Ohio
High School: Middleton HS
Last College: Ohio Univ.
Height / Weight: 5-7 / 160
Prior to Western Carolina: Transferred to WCU from Ohio where he redshirted the 2013 season ...
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner in both football and track... Totaled 160 tackles, four interceptions and five fumble recoveries during his prep career... Was named First Team All-GMC and Third Team All-District ... Was coached by Troy Everhart.
Personal: Is the son of Tesha and Kareem Harris ... Has legally changed his last name to "Swain."
Courtesy WCU Athletics Media Relations
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