6-7, 255-pound offensive tackle/defensive end Garrett Reynolds has received calls over the past week from several ACC programs and at least one SEC school. Reynolds boasts official offers from Clemson, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
“South Carolina, Clemson, UNC, Virginia Tech, Charleston, Wake Forest and about 2 or 3 others have called,” Reynolds said. “I talked to Coach Wiles from Virginia Tech. We just talked about getting me up there for a visit.”
In the previous update, Reynolds named Clemson and Virginia Tech as his top 2 schools. Has anything changed since then?
“Probably those 2 are still my favorites,” Reynolds said when. “Virginia Tech has a great football program. They play hard and never quit. I didn’t get to see much of Clemson’s first game. I like both coaches, the coaching staffs, the atmospheres and the campuses are real nice. Both were places I think I could spend my next 4 years.”
Reynolds would like to make unofficial visits this Fall for football games, but hasn’t decided which games he will go to.
“I don’t know about official visits,” Reynolds said. “I definitely would like to go to a few games. I’d like to see Clemson, Virginia Tech and UNC. I have no idea when I would take visits. I’m just going to let it go and see what happens. I’ll just play my season first. I’m having a great time so far.”
Carter High School is off to a 1-2 start. Reynolds and company had a thrilling come from behind victory last week, which was their only win of the season.
”We’re 1-2 so far,” Reynolds said. “We played 2 really good teams in the first 2 games. We won last week 21-17. We have a hard working team. If we keep working hard, I think we’ll be all right.”
Reynolds didn’t know his overall statistics off-hand, but did talk about his game last week.
“I did pretty good,” Reynolds said of last week’s game. “I had like 7 tackles on defense. I did pretty good on offense. Overall, I’ve played all right this year. I think I can do better. I can be a better leader. I’ll just keep working hard and try to improve everything.”
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