Parms is the 2nd DB and the 3rd Owl to Sign in 2015
Second WR in Program History to Sign NFL Contract
2013-14 Year in Review
A total of six Owls are on NFL rosters
Players Let Us Know What They are Thankful For
2013: Saw action in six games...had a season high nine tackles in the game at Miami, eight of which were solo and one for a loss...recorded more than one tackle in every appearance...totaled 26 tackles on the season, 20 of those were solo...had four pass breakups...had one kick return for 18 yards at Miami...one of the team's top defensive leaders...totaled two tackles for a loss of four yards.
2012: Played and started in every game...recorded 45 tackles, including 30 solo...opened the season with four total tackles (4: 3-1) as well as one punt return for two yards...followed up with two three tackle performances and then set a season high six tackles, including four solo and a half tackle for a loss and a pass break-up at Alabama...the following game versus North Texas he recorded an interception with a return of 13 yards...continued to record a tackle in every game but ended the season with a high of seven tackles, including six solo...at Western Kentucky recorded a tackle for a loss of three yards...recovered a fumble in the same game and returned it for a score...ended the year with three pass break-ups.
2011: Played and started in every game...recorded 61 tackles on the season which was sixth overall, fifth among 2012 returners and second among defensive backs...recorded six tackles (4-2) at Florida, and versus Arkansas State but bested his mark at Troy with seven (6-1)...recorded six solo tackles twice (at Louisiana and Troy and a season-high four assists versus Arkansas State...first tackle for a loss, an assist, was at Michigan...matched his assisted tackle versus WKU and Middle Tennessee...recorded his first solo tackle for a loss versus ULM, a career-best loss of four yards...tallied two interceptions on the year... the first at Florida for no return, the second a return of 33 yards versus Middle Tennessee...had a team-high seven passes broken up, three at FIU...also served as a kick returner with a total of four returns...first return of the season he broke for 40 yards...recorded three the following week for a total of 42 yards...ended the season third on the squad with 20.5 yards per return...and will return as the second leading returner by just 0.05 yards per return.
2010:Moved into the rotation...played in 10 games and recorded three starts including the season opener at UAB...second and third were at USF and ULM...had four tackles, two solo, in his first college game...also had his first tackle for a loss, a loss of one yard...set a season and career-high five tackles at USF...recorded a tackle in every game that he played...grabbed his first collegiate interception against Louisiana-Lafayette and tallied a 20-yard return.
2009:Used the year to redshirt...had a strong spring while vying for a spot on the two-deep.
High School:Played for Steve Smith at Killian High School where he recorded 40 tackles, two forced fumbles, and four interceptions, including one for a score...earned first team all-Dade, second team all-state and played in the Dade vs. Broward All-Star Game...two-sport athlete (football and track specializing in the 4-by-100 and the 200-meter).
Personal:Undecided major...son of Keith and Carlene Reaser...born in Miami, FL...also considered both Western Michigan University and Central Michigan University, the team FAU defeated in the 2008 Motor City Bowl.
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