Born and raised in Miami, by Chilean descent, Reyes played an array of club teams including Miami Springs, Strike Force, and Davie United. Aside from playing on the Universidad Catolica Miami adult team at the young (and possibly ineligible) age of 15 from 1999 to 2002, he committed himself to the Varsity team of his high school, Miami Coral Park Senior High under Manny Rodriguez, starting his freshmen year. Reyes continue to blossom in his junior year when he netted 25 goals in one season which awarded him 1st team All-Dade. His hard work paid off his senior year when he was bestowed the position of captain and finished his high school career in 2002 with 60-25-11 record.
After high school, Reyes traveled back to his motherland, Chile, being invited to join Club Deportivo de La Serena. After an intensive preseason with the professional team, Reyes decided to put his professional career aside to pursue an education. Reyes accepted a full athletic scholarship to the third standing soccer program in the NJCAA, East Central College, in 2004 where he lead his team as the top scorer as they became Region XVI Champions. As the newly dubbed Captain, second-year Reyes lead ECC to Midwest Community College Athletic Conference Champions in 2005. By December 2005, Reyes had graduated with his Associates degree along with awards of 1st Team All-Conference and 1st Team All-Region as a center back.
Another full athletic scholarship allowed Reyes to join NCAA Division 1 soccer program at Oakland University. Two years at OU resulted in a Bachelors degree among many soccer awards. In 2007 the OU Grizzlies finished as The Summit League Season Champs and the Summit League Conference Tournament Champs. Reyes' leadership and high-scoring influence awarded him the Summit League 1st Team All-Tournament and the Summit League Tournament MVP. He finished his college career against Notre Dame in the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament.
With Bachelors in hand, Reyes was able to pursue his professional soccer career at Club Deportivo River Plate Ponce within the Puerto Rico Soccer League in 2008. In his first year, Reyes lead the team to the finals as lead goal scorer with 13 goals. During his off season, he volunteered his time as assistance coach for his Alma Mater, Oakland University. As an assistance coach, Reyes realized the effect he could have on future soccer players and began experimenting with recruitment. By 2010, he had facilitated the enrollemnt of 7 student athletes in college programs, all sharing the same hometown of Miami.
Combining his lifetime passion of soccer and his yearning to give back to the community he grew up in, Reyes realized he could fullfill both motivations by starting his own personal training program to advance the level of soccer in the individual player while opening up opportunities for their future education. Thus began College Dreamers, a technical and developmental program that betters not only the athlete but also the community.