Reed Diehl
Reed Diehl

Player Profile


High School:
Mater Dei

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 300




The acknowledged leader of Cal's offensive line who made the move from starting offensive tackle to center and seems ready to flourish at that position his senior campaign...seems built for the center position as he's not only thrives in the trenches, but has the intelligence and savvy to make the calls at the line of scrimmage...voted by RivalNet as a first team pre-season All-Pac-10 choice...coaches love his dedication to the game and the hours he spends watching film in an effort to of the most versatile players in college football as he has seen field action at tackle, guard, tight end and now will add the center position to his resume...has excellent strength with a 405-pound bench press and a 308-pound clean...

1999...started all 11 games for the Golden Bears, the first two at left tackle and the last nine at right performance may have been at UCLA when he helped the Bears rush for 248 yards on the ground... a solid amount of playing time as a sophomore, including a starting assignment at right guard in the season-opener against Houston...playing time decreased the rest of the season in a reserve role...

1997...started six games at tight end in 1997, being utilized primarily as a blocker...did catch one pass on the season, a 2-yarder at Washington State...

1996...spent his first year in the program as an offensive guard and center on the scout team.

High School/Personal: Played both ways in a highly regarded Mater Dei program that went 44-2 during his four years (1992-95)...earned SuperPrep All-Far West honors as an offensive tackle and picked up BlueChip Illustrated All-Far Western Region accolades as well...named to all-area team by Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register...earned first team South Coast League honors...also started as a junior when Mater Dei was ranked the No. 1 prep team in the country...chose Cal over Arizona, Northwestern and Navy, among others...parents are Russell and Diane Diehl...plans to follow in his father's footsteps and pursue a career in investment banking...he and his wife, Rachel, have two children Preston and Madison...born Sept. 18, 1978 in Newport Beach, CA.