Emmanuel Reed
Running BackRB
 Free Agent
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Reed put together a breakout season in 2017, rushing for 840 yards and nine touchdowns, while also surpassing the 100-yard mark five times. He’ll likely lose some touches to his teammate Theo Anderson (419 yards and two scores in 2017) during the upcoming season, although Reed figures to serve as the No. 1 back. Buffalo finished near the back of the pack in rushing attempts per game (34, 107th in FBS) and rushing yards (127, 106th in FBS) last year, so he’ll likely be forced to do some heavy lifting if he wishes to improve on his numbers from a season ago. Read Past Outlooks
Shuffles out of Buffalo
RBMaine
June 24, 2019
Reed has officially transferred from the University at Buffalo to the University of Maine, Rachel Lenzi of The Buffalo News reports.
ANALYSIS
Reed put up 840 rushing yards in 2017, but took a back seat to freshman Jaret Patterson in 2018 and posted just 371 yards on the ground. With Patterson set to lead the Buffalo backfield for 2-3 more years, Reed decided to move over to a program where he can compete for more carries. Reed is eligible to play immediately for the Black Bears -- where he'll be a senior -- because Maine is an FCS school. His main competition for carries would seem to be Ramon Jefferson, who posted 1,096 rushing yards last season.
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2018 Fantasy Outlook
Reed put together a breakout season in 2017, rushing for 840 yards and nine touchdowns, while also surpassing the 100-yard mark five times. He’ll likely lose some touches to his teammate Theo Anderson (419 yards and two scores in 2017) during the upcoming season, although Reed figures to serve as the No. 1 back. Buffalo finished near the back of the pack in rushing attempts per game (34, 107th in FBS) and rushing yards (127, 106th in FBS) last year, so he’ll likely be forced to do some heavy lifting if he wishes to improve on his numbers from a season ago.
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Pondering transfer
RBBuffalo
February 14, 2019
Reed entered his name into the NCAA's transfer portal this week, Rachel Lenzi of The Buffalo News reports.
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Tops 100 rushing yards vs. BG
RBBuffalo
November 23, 2018
Reed had 15 carries for a team-high 109 yards Friday against Bowling Green.
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Scores touchdown vs. Kent State
RBBuffalo
November 7, 2018
Reed had nine carries for 58 yards and a touchdown Tuesday night against Kent State.
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Gets just two carries vs. Akron
RBBuffalo
October 13, 2018
Reed had just two carries for six yards against Akron on Saturday.
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Gets four carries vs. CMU
RBBuffalo
October 6, 2018
Reed had four carries for five yards Saturday against Central Michigan.
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