#61 Bruno Reagan
SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (at Tennessee, 11/25/2017)
Reagan ran his consecutive starts streak to 40 games by starting all 13 games during the regular season… As a senior, the versatile Reagan started the first five games at right guard, then moved to center for the final eight games… Played more than 98 percent of Vanderbilt’s 850 offensive plays… Contributed 14 pancake blocks and 26 domination blocks, helping Ke’Shawn Vaughn to become team’s sixth 1,000-yard rusher… Behind Reagan and the offensive line, the Commodore offense averaged 411.2 total yards, the highest single-season total by a Vanderbilt offense since the mid-1970s… With Reagan’s help, the Commodores closed the season averaging 37.5 points during the final five games of the season.
After starting 15 consecutive games at guard entering the season, Reagan became the team’s starting center and leader on the offensive front as a fourth-year junior… Started all 12 games at center, running his consecutive starts streak to 27 games… Played virtually every meaningful offensive snap for the Commodores, registered 20 domination blocks during the season… Part of offensive line that allowed 19 quarterback sacks during the season, 13 less than the previous year… Earned SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors after a dominant performance in season finale win at Tennessee in which the Commodores produced 33 first downs, 529 total yards and 42 points.
Reagan started all 13 games in his third season as a Commodore… Played nearly 90 percent of team’s offensive snaps at right guard, providing solid rushing blocking for improved ground attack… By the end of the season, Reagan and the line played a huge role in running Ralph Webb becoming the team’s all-time leading rusher and sophomore Kyle Shurmur producing one of the finest seasons ever by a Commodore quarterback… Reagan and the line helped the Commodore offense improved in nearly every stat category from 2015, including points scored, first downs, total yards and red-zone efficiency where the unit produced points on 43 of 46 possessions inside the 20-yard line.
Reagan earned his way into the Commodores’ starting offensive line corps during his second year on campus… Played in several games on special team conversion units, and enjoyed action at offensive line in eight others, including the final games… Started at right guard in late-season conference games against Texas A&M and Tennessee… Registered 12 pancake and 10 domination blocks while playing 210 snaps.
Reagan did not see action as a true freshman… Participated as an offensive lineman on scout teams during fall practices, and continued to add strength in the weight room.
Senior captain… Three-year letterwinner, two-year starter on OL… Earned Class 5A All-State and All-Region honors as a senior, finishing the season with more than 20 pancake blocks… Finalist for 2013 Harry Galbreath Lineman of the Year Award… Played in Tennessee East-West All-Star Game… Ranks among Tennessee’s top prep wrestlers… As a junior, was state heavyweight champion, finishing the year with a 57-0 individual record… Has earned national recognition in wrestling and judo competitions.
Bruno Ricardo Reagan… Majoring in Communication Studies… Born May 24, 1996… Son of Mackel and Isabel Reagan… Has one brother, Eduardo, and one sister, Gabriela… Dad works as a state recreation consultant; mom works as a nurse… Parents participated in collegiate sports at Austin Peay: dad as a football player; mom as an All-Ohio Valley Conference volleyball player… Working toward a degree in communication studies.