Keith Reaser, CB, Orlando Apollos
Keith Reaser had the lowest passer rating allowed in coverage for any cornerback in the AAF this season, and was suffocating opponents through seven weeks.
It just so happens that Reaser was drafted into the NFL in 2014 out of Florida Atlantic by the San Francisco 49ers.
Vic Fangio and Ed Donatell were part of the coaching staff during Reaser’s first year in the league before they left for Chicago and he ended up with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2017.
Reaser played 13 games for Fangio in 2014, and perhaps that initial relationship could help the Broncos land one of the AAF’s prized prospects.
Reaser will be 28 this season but undoubtedly has the ability to contribute as a CB4 or CB5 at the NFL level, as we’ve previously discussed is a need for the Broncos.