Ram Jam: Long Snapper Ross Reiter’s Prep Coach Was Former CSU QB
At the unique position of long snapper, Ross Reiter was considered the No. 2 at the position coming out of high school.
The Phoenix native had interest from Arizona State, Oregon and Oklahoma but ultimately chose Colorado State University.
The decision came as a surprise to his Brophy Prep high school coach Scooter Molander, a former Rams quarterback who didn't know of Reiter's CSU interest.
Molander played from the Rams in 1987 and 1988, throwing for 27 touchdowns. The quarterback then shuffled around NFL training camp rosters and minor league pro football teams.
Reiter, meanwhile has played every game in his Rams career. He even made four tackles as a freshman in 2018.
Now Reiter and the Rams are gearing up for his senior season with spring football.
He sat down for the latest Ram Jam interview looking ahead to next season, his unique special teams position and his favorite things about living in Fort Collins.
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