The Record Breaker
Midshipman Keenan Reynolds
Keenan Reynolds wanted to be a quarterback. Other colleges showed interest in him for other positions, but Reynolds wasn't budging. The Navy gave Keenan what he wanted, and in return Keenan has pushed Navy Football into the mainstream.
As if that wasn't enough, he has set the Football Bowl Subdivision record for career rushing touchdowns with 83, needs only two more touchdowns to become the overall NCAA Division I leader and he's also less than 40 passing yards away from becoming the first quarterback in the history of Navy football to have over 1,000 yards rushing and passing in two different seasons.
To say Reynolds and the Navy football team have had a spectacular year so far would be an understatement.
But the Naval Academy isn't like other colleges. There's lots of responsibility, time management and expectations to perform as a Sailor. Even, if you are a football star.