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Tommy Reamon Jr.
Tommy  Reamon Jr.

Graduate Assistant

Second Season

Alma Mater:
Old Dominion (2012)

Tommy Reamon, Jr. is in his second season as a graduate assistant football coach at Virginia. He works with the offensive coaching staff and is carrying on a family tradition of coaching. His father, Tommy Reamon Sr., is a long-time high school coach in Newport News. He currently coaches at Landstown High School in Virginia Beach. Among the many former players that played for him was Virginia standout quarterback Aaron Brooks and current NFL quarterback Michael Vick.

Reamon played collegiate football at Old Dominion. He was a member of the school's first-ever recruiting class in 2008. He started his career at quarterback before switching to wide receiver and running back for his junior and senior seasons. During his three years with the Monarchs, ODU produced a 26-7 record and qualified for the NCAA playoffs twice.

Reamon graduated from Old Dominion in 2012 with a degree in recreation and tourism. He worked as a volunteer in the Cavalier football office during the 2012 season.


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