Signed by Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent, May 16, 2014…Played four years at Texas, seeing action in 49 games with 38 starts…Totaled 200 career receptions for 2,753 yards and 18 TDs…Finished career ranked fourth in program history in receptions, fourth in receiving yards and fifth in TDs…One of only three players in Texas annals with at least 200 receptions and 2,700 receiving yards, joining Jordan Shipley and Roy Williams…Three-time All-Big 12 selection…Two-time member of the Big-12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…As a senior, played in 12 games with 11 starts…Named second-team All-Big 12 by media and honorable mention by conference coaches…Totaled 51 receptions for 727 yards and eight TDs…TD total tied for ninth on the Longhorns’ single-season list…Named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list…Posted eight receptions for 114 yards vs. BYU…Recorded three catches for 91 yards, including a 49-yard TD, vs. West Virginia…Registered his ninth career 100-yard game with nine receptions for 112 yards vs. Oklahoma State…Second-team All-Big 12 choice by media and an honorable mention selection by coaches as a junior…Member of the Biletnikoff Award watch list...Hauled in 57 passes for a team-high 939 yards and seven TDs…Led team with 16.5 yards per catch…Had four 100-yard receiving games, which tied for fifth in the program record book…Voted the Darrell K. Royal Offensive Team MVP…Posted 124 receiving yards, including a 46-yard TD, against Mississippi…Posted five receptions for 89 yards and a TD vs. Oklahoma…Posted six catches for 148 yards and one TD vs. Baylor…Had four receptions for a career-high 165 yards vs. Texas Tech…Had a career-best two TD receptions, including a career-long 75-yarder against the Red Raiders…Recorded a season-high seven catches for 113 yards vs. Iowa State…As a sophomore, led team with 45 receptions for 609 yards and one TD…Named to Biletnikoff Award watch list…Had five catches of 40 or more yards…Had three receptions for 115 yards in season-opener vs. Rice…Appeared in 11 games with five starts as a freshman…Set a Texas freshman single-season record with 47 receptions for 478 yards and two TDs…Posted seven catches for 104 yards vs. Wyoming…Set a Texas freshman record with 11 receptions for 109 yards at Kansas State…Became just the third player in Texas history to record multiple 100-yard receiving games as a freshman…Attended Skyline High School in Dallas, Texas…A prep All-American, two-time all-state, two-time all-area and all-district performer at wide receiver…An EA Sports All-American second-team selection…Ranked as the No. 2 wide receiver and No. 13 overall prospect by ESPNU…Named No. 24 overall prospect by Rivals.com…Recorded 129 catches for 2,764 yards and 39 TDs over final three prep seasons…Earned first-team all-state honors from the Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association as a senior…Tabbed the District 9-5A Offensive Player of the Year while helping Skyline reach the 5A Division I regional semifinals…Caught 48 passes for 1,157 yards and 19 TDs…Earned honorable mention all-state honors from the AP as a junior…Also named first-team all-area by the Dallas Morning News…Recorded 58 catches for 1,138 yards and 16 TDs…Caught 23 passes for 469 yards and four TDs as a sophomore…Also earned three letters in basketball…Earned academic all-city award…Active in community service, served as a mentor to middle school students…Cousin, LaMarcus Reed, played basketball at UT-Arlington.
Reggie Mckenzie was named NFL Executive of the Year by The Pro Football Writers of American for the 2016 season. We look back at some of his more impactful roster moves.