As a Sophomore (2023)

  • Appeared in 10 games and made his first three starts at wide receiver
  • Set career highs with 15 receptions for 199 yards
  • Added two carries for 11 yards
  • Drew his first collegiate start in the season opener at Hawai'i (Sept. 1)
  • Caught three passes for a career-best 79 yards, including a 38-yard reception, in the home opener vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 16)
  • Posted a career-best four receptions at home vs. No. 9 Oregon (Sept. 30)

As a Freshman (2022)

  • Appeared in all 12 games
  • Rushed four times for 20 yards
  • Added 53 yards in the air off five receptions and added two touchdowns
  • Recorded first two career catches and first career touchdown reception against Colgate (Sept. 3)

Prior to Stanford

  • Ranked No. 11 in Missouri by Rivals, No. 12 by ESPN and PrepStar, and No. 14 by 247Sports and On3
  • At wide receiver, ranked No. 71 by PrepStar, No. 72 by Rivals, No. 95 by On3, No. 109 by 247Sports and No. 113 by ESPN
  • KCSRC Offensive Player of the Year
  • First-team all-district and all-conference
  • Otis Taylor Award winner for the best receiver in Kansas City
  • Totaled 1008 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns off 48 catches as a senior
  • The 14 touchdowns and 10008 receiving yards are school records
  • Set a school record with 23 receiving touchdowns in his career
  • Led Park Hill South to back-to-back conference titles and to the district finals
  • Was his high school team’s kicker as well
  • Also lettered in soccer and track and field
  • Led Park Hill South to a district and sectional title and the state quarterfinals in soccer
  • Named all-conference and all-district in soccer
  • Scored 10 goals as a sophomore
  • Was the district champion in the triple champion to qualify for the state championships
  • Four-year academic letterwinner
  • Was a nationally recognized soccer player until picking up football in July of 2020 before his junior year


  • Son of Francis and Gladys Reuben
  • Siblings are Etinosa and Iyenoma
  • Brother, Etinosa, plays defensive tackle at Clemson
  • Enjoys playing soccer, cooking and hanging out with friends
  • His parents are from Nigeria
  • Has citizenship in the United States, Canada and Nigeria
  • Interested in majoring in human biology