Looking at his stats he seems competent and not overly aggressive. The small 3bet in position with his stats looks like he is fishing for a call.
Initially I don't mind your attempt to take the hand away from this guy on the turn. There is clearly more than one way to play the hand. BUT imo it is the sizing of the turn bet that looks all wrong to me.
After he bets the turn there are 39bb in the pot and then you overbet double the pot to 67bb?? This is a pot committing bet for both of you and leaves you with no leverage on the river at all.
Looking at the hand again I note that if you backdoor the flush he will never believe you have a flush so your implied odds
are still very good.
So what reraise sizing is correct? As it's a raised pot pre, its actually awkward to find a sizing that is strong enough to shake off say an overpair without pot commitment becoming an issue. After his turn 14 is added he has 75 behind. Lets say we call his 14 (pot 53) and raise 25 bb, about half pot, this should fold out his weak holdings and prices out his weaker draws , it would be 25bb for him to call leaving him 50bb behind and a pot of around 80.
Is that enough room for him to let it go when you bet the river ? (because you should be betting hit or miss taking this line)
if he has an overpair he is probably still calling the turn suspecting a draw.
All in all im calling the turn hoping for a well disguised hand on the end.