Reynolds heads up the all underrated team for the 17’ class. He leaves A&M with the 3rd most TD receptions in SEC history yet never made a 1st team all SEC team.
His game is about length and ball skills. He can make contested catches and high difficulty catches with regularity. Decent speed. Makes the clutch catch. Red zone killer. High character guy that has some dog in him as a competitor.
Stiff in and out of his routes. Not a polished press beater. Speed is decent but he's not a blazer. Large frame but rail thin.
Reynolds has elite ball skills and length. His game has some Mike Evans to it. I think he'll continue to be a chunk play and red zone producer as a pro. He could stand to add size and polish his routes/press breaks but he's a natural hands catching playmaker. I'd take him as high as the 2nd.
Pro Comparison: Justin McCareins