2010: Semifinalist for the 2010 William V. Campbell Trophy (NFF scholar-athlete award)... Academic All-Ivy with 3.75 GPA... Chester J. LaRoche Award (Senior who did the most for Yale)... Third on the team with 47 tackles... Started all 10 games... Made 34 solos and four TFL... One sack and six PBU... Biggest play was a PBU on Columbia's last offensive play late in the fourth quarter.
2009: Missed most of the year with an injury.
2008: Played in all 10 games... Had four solos and five overall tackles... Made two solo stops at Dartmouth in Yale win.
2007: Played on JV team.
At Eisenhower High School: Three-year starter and two-year captain... All-county and all-conference... Eastern Star All-Star Game... Team MVP and most valuable DB... All-county and all-conference baseball player for three years... Also earned letter playing basketball... Who's Who Among American High School Students... Illinois Power/Decatur Rotary Scholar-Athlete Award... Class valedictorian... Illinois State Scholar... Big 12 Scholar-Athlete... Eisenhower Senior Scholar-Athlete... U.S. Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete Award.
Personal: Jesse Reising is the son of Robyn and Steve Reising... Double majoring in Economics and Political Science... Davenport College resident... Home in summer of 2010 taking classes to get his flight license before he completes Marine Corps Officer Candidate School in 2011... Worked closely with veterans' service organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, American Legion and Disabled American Veterans... Participated in various community outreach activities through his Yale fraternity, including events to raise money to fight prostate cancer, Relay for Life, and making care packages for Navy SEALs in Afghanistan.