Along the way, Reidsville has produced great athletes. Some have gone on to college and a few to the NFL. Reidsville strives to produce the best student athletes and prepare them for the next level, whether it is as an athlete, student, or professional in whatever career they choose.
Quiron entered UNC in January as a PWO and had turned heads already. He has worked his way to 3rd string. Look for him to play on Saturdays in Chapel Hill
Tanner accepted at PWO as a QB at App State. Look for him to turn heads and work his way into a productive role at App.
After being the 1st player in Ram history to be an AP All-State Player, Austyn heads to UNC as a slot receiver and possible return man.
This young man has worked very hard to earn the right to play on Saturdays. He should do well for Ferrum
This speedster on the field and great student off the field will be playing at NCCU this fall
Greg Stockton has decided to continue his football career at Guilford College.
After an outstanding 4 year career at RHS. Brad Green moves on to kick on Saturdays at Ferrum in Virginia. Look for great things from Brand and good luck!
Noel has already entered college at App. State. He will be a preferred walk-on. We know what Noel's work ethic is and what an athlete he is, so we look for great things from Noel in the future.
CJ graduated this year from Reidsville and joined the Bulldogs this fall.
Jayron Rankin spent 4 years on Varsity before moving on to the WSSU Rams. Doing a great job as a freshman for the Rams.
Jack graduated in 2013 and after a year in Jr College, he transferred to WSSU
Former Ram QB Tyrell Houghton is currently attending ECSU.
The former Ram standout linebacker played the last two seasons at Louisburg College and this season, he transferred to Elizabeth City State University.
As a three year Varsity starter at Reidsville High School, he set many records in which a few still stand today. As a Junior and Senior, he was named team MVP, and was named to the All-State, All-County, and All Conference teams. He played in the East-West All-Star Game, as well as the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. Rashad went on to Appalachian State University, starting as a true Freshman. He finished his collegiate career with 111 receptions and 1,437 receiving yards.
David Barham graduated from Reidsville in 2012 and went on to play for Guilford College.
Na Brown played for the Rams in the early 90's before moving on to Chapel Hill for the Tarheels. He was drafted by the Eagles and played several seasons before retiring. Named one of the top 100 NC athletes of the last 100 years by the NCHSAA. Included the names of Madison Bumgarner, Michael Jordan and Josh Hamilton. https://www.nchsaa.org/sites/default/files/attachments/100%20Male%20Athlete%20to%20Remember%20final%20bios.pdf
Kenzel is another in a long list of great receivers from Reidsville. After leading the Rams to three straight titles in the late 2000's. Doe took his talents North to Wisconsin, where he will be a Senior this coming fall.
Lee played his college career at NC A&T as a punter. He has returned to Reidsville to coach the running backs and punters
Jerome Simpson led the Rams in the early 2000's and has 2 state championships rings to his credit. He spent his college career at Coastal Carolina University. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengal's before signing with his current team the Minnesota Vikings.
Graduated from Duke in May, 2009 with a degree in biological anthropology and anatomy with a minor in history ... four-year letterwinner ...played in 36 career games with nine starts ... hauled in 72 career receptions for 760 yards and three touchdowns.