The file on Keith Reaser
Keith Reaser was a two-star cornerback prospect coming out of Killian High School in Miami, Florida. He turned down offers from N.C. State, Temple, Central Michigan and Florida International to attend Florida Atlantic. Reaser was redshirted in 2009 before playing in 10 games (three starts) as a freshman. He started every game of his sophomore campaign and totaled 61 tackles, two interceptions and nine pass deflections. He started every game in 2012, recording 45 tackles and two interceptions. He started six games in 2013 before tearing his left ACL.
Reaser’s collegiate career ended after tearing his ACL in Oct. 2013. After rehabbing for four months, Reaser had a setback, and needed another surgery. He underwent a second ACL surgery on Feb. 27. At the combine, the Florida Atlantic alum measured in at 5-foot-10, 189 pounds, and led all defensive backs with 22 bench press reps of 225 pounds. The San Francisco 49ers selected Reaser with the No. 30 pick in the fifth round (No. 170 overall).