BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded all-America and all-Conference honors at center last season. Played left tackle as a junior after
spending his sophomore campaign at both left and right tackle. Came to BYU as a true freshman in 2003 before going on a church
mission the next two years.
POSITIVES: Reynolds is a physically mature lineman with size and the versatility to be used at a number of positions. He stood out this
season at center, and significantly improved his draft grade.
NEGATIVES: Big, lumbering lineman ineffective off the line of scrimmage. Struggles to adjust facing quick or nimble opponents. Lacks
top lateral blocking range.
ANALYSIS: Strong, stout blocker who comes off an outstanding season after moving to the center position. Plays with good lean, effectively
fights with his hands, and strong in his upper body. Stays square, blocks with leverage, and controls opponents at the point
of attack. Solid position blocker who effectively seals open holes in the middle of the line. Terrific with a shotgun snap,
as the ball quickly gets back into the quarterback's hands. Effectively quarterbacks the offensive line, and makes the calls.
Displays terrific quickness in his all-around game. Keeps his head on a swivel, and works well with teammates. Plays with
a nasty attitude and blocks down well on defenders.