Good, albeit weakish, since if his stats indicate a lot of raising preflop and if we say that he raises his up 25 and some % of his low 10% to complete his 22%, the chances of him having precisely QQ, 99 or AA are smaller than the chances of him having AK or the like (more combos and his range is not that small). What is his reraising range ? Does it include air some % of the time ?
On the flop, if we give him a range of 88+, AQo+, AJs+, KQs+ and some random 93dd crap, we are actually a favourite and I can picture him calling you with at least TT+, some combos of AK (AdKx) with the intention of seeing how you act on the turn and maybe take the pot away from you. AA and QQ valueshove this after you bet IMHO, so we can take them out or discount them heavily on the turn. Turn changes nothing and our equity goes up a lot against unpaired FD wich make a huge part of his drawing range, but a small part of his overall range: pot is already big, let's invite some bluffing from this lag (and I probably c/shove).
As played, only option is to c/call rive really since he has the flush a small enough % of the time for us to show a profit (since only AdJd and AdTd can possibly be in his reraising preflop range, apart from random SCs). I might valuebet this against some more passive players, since AQ is probably calling us, as is KQ or even TT-JJ.