Alan Reuber

Alan Reuber

Summary

A native of Texas, Alan Reuber attended Plano High School, where he excelled on the football field. He anchored Plano High’s offensive line, earning First-Team All-State distinction for Class 5A. Following his success in high school, Reuber enrolled at Texas A&M University. While studying business management, he played left tackle for the Aggies in the highly competitive Big 12 Conference. Alan Reuber graduated from the institution with his Bachelor of Arts in 2003 and was subsequently invited to the NFL Combine, where he posted impressive numbers on the bench press and vertical jump. After signing with the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 2004, Reuber subsequently joined the Arizona Cardinals and made the 53-man roster as a backup left tackle. He served as a backup in Arizona for two years. In 2006, Alan Reuber inked a deal to play on the practice squad of the Cincinnati Bengals. He also joined the San Francisco 49ers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before retiring from the game in 2008. In addition to his degree in business administration from Texas A&M University, Alan Reuber obtained designation from the Transportation Intermediaries Association as a Certified Transportation Broker. Reuber utilizes this credential as a Logistics Account Manager for a transportation brokerage headquartered in Dallas, Texas. A committed father and husband, Alan Reuber also maintains close involvement with the local Bible church. With his leadership experience and strong work ethic, he additionally volunteers his time to speak with young children about the importance of hard work, respect, and setting goals.

Work experience

Work experience

Alan Reuber

Education

Education
Jan 1999 - Jun 2003

BA

Texas A & M