Alan Reuber began playing football for the Azalea Bulldogs in St. Petersburg, Florida, when he was just 11 years old. As Reuber developed physically, he turned into an imposing offensive lineman for Plano High School in Texas, earning honors as an All-State player in Class 5A. His impressive performance on the gridiron garnered the attention of college scouts, leading Alan Reuber to attend Texas A&M University. He remained a dominant force on the Aggies’ offensive line while studying towards his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management. With his success on the field, Reuber earned an invitation to the NFL Combine and was originally signed as a free agent by the Minnesota Vikings in 2004. After attending camp with the Vikings, Reuber joined the Cardinals’ 53-man roster as a backup offensive lineman.
Alan Reuber played in Arizona for two seasons, spending the 2006 and 2007 campaigns as a member of the practice squad for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Reuber finished his career following preseason camp with the San Francisco 49ers in 2008.
Alan Reuber has built a successful career in the transportation industry since leaving the sport, functioning as a Logistics Account Manager for a transportation company in Dallas, Texas. To gain a deep understanding of the industry, Reuber underwent the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s intensive certification program for transportation brokers. As a respected leader in the community, Alan Reuber speaks at local schools about the importance of goal setting, hard work, and authority figures. He also supports the local Bible church with his wife and their daughter.