Michael Reed
  • Number: 3
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 202
  • Roster Years: 2004-2008
  • Hometown: Baytown, TX
  • Last School: Robert E. Lee High School


Michael's mother is Yolanda Hill, and his grandparents are James and Myrna Hill.

Before BYUEdit

Hewas named the 2003 Texas 5-A Receiver of the Year ... earned first-team all-district, all-state and All-Greater Houston honors ... a first-team 5A All-State performer ... credited with 65 receptions for 16 touchdowns as a senior ... earned first-team all-district, all-state and All-Great Houston honors as a junior.


2004 | Redshirt YearEdit

Redshirted as a true freshman.

2005 Freshman YearEdit

Earned letterman honors as a freshman ... saw action in 11 out of 12 games in the season ... started five games ... credited with 21 receptions for 272 yards and one touchdown on the season ... averaged 13.0 yards per reception ... caught five passes for 103 yards and one TD against Air Force... caught a season-best 50 yard pass against Air Force ... caught three passes for 35 yards against Boston College ... had three receptions for 42 yards against Utah ... averaged 21.5 receiving yards per game.

2006 Sophomore YearEdit

Earned letterman honors as a sophomore ... saw action in 12 of the Cougars' 13 games ... started in 10 games at receiver ... totaled 25 receptions for 339 yards ... credited with three touchdown receptions, including a 40-yard TD in the Cougars' 31-17 win over No. 15 TCU ... twice produced a season-high 69 yards.

2007 Junior YearEdit

Started all 13 games ... earned letterman honors ... credited with 449 yards receiving, averaging 34.5 yards per game ... totaled 41 receptions on the season, averaging 3.2 receptions per game ... had four touchdowns ... had a career-high 132 yards receiving on eight receptions against Tulsa ... had four receptions in the Cougars' victories over Arizona and San Diego State ... credited with a season-high 36-yard touchdown reception against Tulsa.

2008 Senior YearEdit

Earned letterman honors as a senior, starting 11 games ... missed two games (Wyoming, Utah State) after suffering a knee injury against UCLA ... totaled 589 yards receiving on 49 catches ... recorded two touchdowns ... caught a season-high 56-yard pass in his final home game against SDSU ... closed out his BYU career with 117 yards receiving and nine catches against Arizona in the Las Vegas Bowl ... Leon White Award for Unselfish Devotion.