Reyes returned to the Lancers for the first time since his 2011-12 stint with the team. His 11 blocks landed him in the top five on the team in that category. With still a lot of soccer left in his career, the Lancers look forward to another strong season in the back from JP Reyes.
Reyes was on the inaugural Lancers team in 2011 recording 7 games with the teams and three blocks. He would later return to the Lancers. The same year Reyes would sign with the Syracuse Silver Knights. Reyes spent time playing with the MISL’s Orlando Sharks during the 2007-08 season.
Reyes spent the 2008 season with the USL 1st Division season with the Rochester Rhinos. While playing for the Rhinos, Reyes appeared in three regular season games with Rochester and one U.S. Open Cup match for Rochester. Reyes took some time out after the Rhinos and returned to play in 2010 for the Central Florida Kraze of the USL’s Premier Development League. He made his debut appearance of the season on June 24th against the Bradenton Academics.
Reyes grew up in Florida, attended William R. Boone High School where he was an All State soccer player and played club soccer for the Ajax American soccer club. He did not play college soccer, however, Reyes did play in the USL Premier Development League for the Cocoa Expos in 2006 and for the Central Florida Kraze in 2007.