In 2011, Reed was named to the All-Big East Second Team, finishing the season with 30 tackles and a team-best seven pass break-ups. Additionally, he recovered three fumbles, returning one against Syracuse 20 yards for a touchdown.
Starter at cornerback in all 12 regular-season games last year...missed BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Kentucky with a concussion...compiled 40 tackles, six PBUs, one interception, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt...in his fi rst career start, had six tackles, forced and recovered a fumble, and blocked a punt at Utah...had career-high seven tackles with one PBU at Syracuse...clinched a 17-10 victory at USF with an INT at the Pitt 20 as time expired. Career Highs: Tackles: 7 vs. Syracuse (10/16/10); Interceptions: 1 vs. USF (10/24/09) and USF (11/20/10) .
Played in all 13 games as a reserve cornerback...had 13 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery...INT came against USF...had a season-high two tackles in four different games...clinched the 24-17 victory at Rutgers when he recovered a fumble (forced by Jovani Chappel) at the Knights' 47 with a minute to go...named the coaching staff Special Teams Player of the Game for the Notre Dame contest.
Played in the final nine contests of the season, making his debut in Pitt's nationally televised 26-21 upset at No. 10 USF...had seven tackles and one forced fumble on the year...had a season-high three tackles vs. Louisville...forced a fumble at Cincinnati.
Two-time first-team selection to The Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AAA All-State Team as a running back at Greater Johnstown...rushed for 4,276 yards in his high school career, averaging 8.5 yards per carry, and scored 55 total touchdowns...as a senior, Reed rushed for 1,915 yards on 220 carries (8.7 avg.) and 25 touchdowns...averaged an amazing 36.7 yards per catch (257 yards on seven catches) and had four TD receptions...led all Johnstown area players with 158 total points...rushed for 348 yards and four touchdowns and also had a receiving TD against Richland as a senior...had 328 yards and four TDs against Penn Cambria...also rushed for 292 yards on 28 carries (10.4 avg.) and scored six touchdowns against Somerset...as a junior, rushed for 1,461 yards on 142 carries -- an average of 10.3 yards per carry -- and scored 15 TDs and four two-point conversions...played safety on defense and compiled 180 tackles, five interceptions, three fumble recoveries and two defensive TDs for his career...named The Tribune-Democrat Offensive Player of the Year as a senior...three-time selection to The Tribune-Democrat All-Area Team...selected one of the top 50 National Players of the Year by Old Spice "Red Zone"...rated the No. 14 prospect in Pennsylvania by Scout, No. 28 by Keystone Recruiting and No. 31 by Rivals...considered the country's No. 18 cornerback prospect by Scout...PrepStar All-East Region... rated No. 37 on Scout's East Top 100 list...played under Coach Kevin Marabito...four-year varsity football letterman who helped Greater Johnstown to a combined 27-16 mark (.628), including the school's first-ever District 6 championship...also lettered in track and wrestling.
Antwuan T. Reed, born 11/29/89, is the son of Angela Reed and Thomas Butler...has one brother and one sister.
- Pitt cornerback Antwuan Reed, a two-year starter for the Panthers, probably helped himself by running under 4.5 on some scouts' watches at the Panthers' pro day. Reed, who measured under 5-10 at the combine (5-9 3/4, 188), and is not considered especially fast, ran a disappointing 4.63 in Indianapolis. Some scouts had him at 4.47-4.48 in his campus audition, plus he moved well and closed on the ball with some explosion. Reed had an uneven college career, but might now be able to sneak into the low rounds, or perhaps be a priority free agent. One personnel evaluator said Reed was "about the same as, maybe a little better than" another former Panthers' standout cornerback, Aaron Berry, an undrafted free agent in Detroit in 2010, who missed all but one game his rookie year with a knee injury, but started three contests in 2011. - Len Pasquarelli, The Sports Xchange
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