Baylor returns 15 starters and 47 letterman from last season's Holiday Bowl champion team.
Bears show off balanced offensive attack in Saturday's on-campus scrimmage.
Bears wrap pre-Easter work with 95-play scrimmage.
Redshirt sophomore Shawn Oakman had two of team's eight sacks.
Fans watch scrimmage and then Meet The Bears for autographs
2014 (Sophomore): Started all 12 games played (missed one game due to injury) at cornerback as sophomore for 2014 Big 12 champions... Totaled 32 tackles (31 solo), 12 PBUs, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery on season... Ranked eighth (tied) in Big 12 with 1.0 passes defensed per game... Made first career start in season-opening win over SMU (one tackle)... Had three solo tackles in wins at Buffalo (third game) and at Iowa State (fourth game)... Posted season highs in tackles (seven, all solo) and breakups (five) and added career-first fumble recovery in epic 61-58 comeback win over No. 9 TCU in sixth game...Made memorable PBU on fourth down to end final TCU drive and set up Baylor's go-ahead field goal drive... Over span from game six to game 12, totaled 12 PBUs in six games played... Posted single tackles and single PBUs in each of next three games... Missed team's 10th game due to groin/hip flexor injury... Returned to start in win vs. Tech in team's 11th game, recorded five solo tackles and PBU, also made impressive strip returned five yards, recorded as fumble forced and recovered... Totaled six solo tackles and three PBUs in win over No. 9 Kansas State that clinched share of Big 12 championship and berth in New Year's Six bowl...Made three solo stops in Cotton Bowl vs. No. 7 Michigan State.
2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in seven of 13 games as rookie cornerback and special teamer... Earned first collegiate letter... Totaled eight tackles and one forced fumble on season... Made collegiate debut in season-opening win over Wofford, saw action at CB but recorded no stats... Made first career tackle in win over Buffalo in second game, finished with two solo stops... Had two solo tackles in backup duty in win over West Virginia in fourth game... Made season-high three tackles and career first forced fumble in win at Kansas in seventh game.
2012 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility... Dressed for two of 13 games, but did not see any game action.
High School: Versatile defensive back from Sherman (Texas) High School... Played defensive back, wildcat quarterback, receiver, returner and placekicker for former Baylor standout and current SHS head coach Gary Joe Kinne... National position rankings among cornerbacks: No. 25 by 247Sports.com, No. 43 by Rivals.com, No. 46 by ESPN.com, No. 58 by Scout.com... Listed among top-100 recruits in Texas by 247Sports.com (No. 59), Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 (No. 74), SuperPrep's Texas 121 (No. 82), Lone Star Recruiting (No. 99), Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Top 100 and Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100... Rated No. 6 safety in state by 2011 Postseason Dave Campbell's Texas Football... Ranked 89th on Scout.com's Midlands Top 150... Selected to play for 2012 U.S. Under-19 National Football Team in February International Bowl (formerly Team USA vs. The World)... Named 2011 honorable-mention Class 4A All-State following senior season in which led SHS to 10-4 record and regional finals... Totaled 60 tackles, three interceptions, 20 PBUs and two forced fumbles defensively, also caught six passes for 107 yards and one touchdown offensively, kicked six PATs and scored one kick-return TD on special teams as senior... Named 2011 second-team DFW Class 4A All-Area and first-team All-District 13-4A... Earned 2010 second-team All-District 13-4A honors as returner as junior on 10-2 SHS squad that reached DI area finals... Had 90 tackles, three interceptions, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one punt-return TD in 2010.
Personal: Son of Ryan Reid and Tracy Bryant... Full name is Ryan Keith Reid... Born May 25, 1994, in Dallas, Texas... Majoring in communication studies.