A native of Philadelphia, Reichner can make an immediate impact on the Beavs’ defensive line. The former Temple walk-on chose Oregon State because he felt comfortable around the coaching staff and players. He also mentioned in an interview with BeaverBlitz.com that he developed a deep respect for OSU defensive line coach Legi Suiaunoa.
“He seems like he understands people well,” Reichner said. “He reminds me of a father figure in the sense that you don’t want to disappoint him. I also know that he has a lot of tools to turn me into a great defensive lineman.” — via BeaverBlitz.com
His never stop. He's got good . Check out 6'2, 280-pound lineman @_JeromyDR [https://t.co/EZE3jfHlP3] #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/iA2ClfmqXz— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) February 7, 2018
Go inside film room with @LegiSuiaunoa breaking down @_JeromyDR's tape. #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/lEg2cjEKHo— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) February 7, 2018
Oregon State was Reichner’s only reported D1 offer. The 6’2” 285 pounder is the third defensive lineman to commit to the Beavers in the 2018 class alongside defensive end Bradley Bickler and defensive tackle Issac Hodgins.
Reichner has two years to play two seasons.
We're ready to get Jeromy Reichner to Corvallis! He's a smart DE who's always finding the football. #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/M0TUOWO1q4— Jonathan Smith (@Coach_Smith) February 7, 2018