Junior college transfer who started for three seasons with the Aggies. Led the SEC with 1,039 receiving yards and tied for the conference lead with 12 touchdowns on 61 receptions in 2016. Averaged a team-high 17.8 yards per receptions as a junior in 2015, catching 51 passes for 907 yards and five touchdowns. Finished second in the SEC with 13 touchdown receptions in 2014, racking up 842 receiving yards on 52 catches.
Tall, smooth receiver with reliable hands. Smooth in all his actions, quickly releases off the line of scrimmage into pass routes and displays a sense of timing and awareness. Comes back to the ball and follows the quarterback across the field to make himself an available target, extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Possesses soft and strong hands, easily adjusts to the errant throw and makes the difficult reception with defenders draped on him. Sells routes, snatches the ball from the air to make the catch in stride and plays with outstanding balance. Makes some incredible one-handed receptions around the field.
Lacks the breakaway speed and the second gear. Has a thin build and will struggle handling jams at the next level.
Reynolds is one of the more underrated receivers in this year’s draft as a productive college wideout who showed big-play ability. He has all the tools to be a third receiver for a roster with the ability to eventually develop into a No. 2.