Hall of Fame Inductee - Dev L. Reeves

Perhaps the finest product of the Quincy High soccer program, Dev Reeves excelled at every level. Dev was the Devils "main man" during his junior and senior seasons, leading the team in scoring and earning All-State honors both years. His senior year the Devils chose Reeves as one of the team's tri-captains and later as the Most Valuable Player. He also earned the Dr. Donald Sandercock Memorial Award and the Stephen Davis Snider Memorial Award, both of which are given to the player who displays sportsmanship, citizenship and leadership. After graduating as the Devils' all time leading scorer, Reeves was awarded a full scholarship to Quincy College where he blossomed as a four year starter. While in college, Reeves collected many honors including being named a tri-captain his senior year and later being named as one of the top 25 players in Quincy College soccer history. The honors continued to add up for Dev Reeves. In 1988, he was chosen to play in the Illinois State University-Domino's Soccer Classic and later was selected as one of the country's top 30 college seniors chosen to play in the 1989 Senior bowl Soccer Classic. Later that year Reeves turned professional and was chosen in the first round by the Chicago Power of the NPSL before signing later with the Cleveland Crunch. During his professional career, Reeves had the good fortune to play with two championship clubs; the 1993 Dallas Sidekicks of the CISL and the St. Louis Ambush of NPSL in 1994.

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