Biography: "Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons, as well as being named as an All-American after the 2009 campaign. Senior rushing totals included 191/982/8, when he also led the team in receiving with 40/333/4. Junior ground totals included 1501 yards rushing with 22 scores. Posted a career-best 1583 yards on the ground as a sophomore and added 22 touchdowns."
Positives: "Productive small school runner with average size/speed numbers for the next level. Displays vision, runs with good lean, and keeps his feet driving forwards. Smart ball carrier who patiently waits for blocks to develop and shows a good initial burst through the hole. Keeps his feet moving off initial contact, breaks tackles, and falls forward for the extra yardage. Tough and grinds it out on the inside."
Negatives: Displays minimal quickness in his running. Lacks the speed to turn the corner. Loses momentum when he must immediately change direction.
Analysis: "Reynolds gets the most out of his ability and was a terrific ball carrier and pass catcher on the small school level. However, he lacks the top physical skills to be an NFL player. His versatility handling the ball and ability to do the little things well could help him catch on as fourth back."
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