The answer is no despite some chatter out there in the recruiting world stating otherwise.
Reynolds cleared that up.
"I am still committed to Virginia Tech and I am still committed 100 percent," said Reynolds. "I have not decommitted and I am still a Virginia Tech commitment."
He is though, going to look at other schools along the way.
"I think I will take some other visits if it is to the right schools. Georgia has started to recruit me and I have been talking to their coaches some. They have invited me down and if they offer, then I will visit.
"I am going to go different places to see different things. You only go through the process one time, so I do want to get out.
"This is my chance to enjoy the recruiting process, so I want to do that."
The four-star corner so far in 2014 has only visited Virginia Tech. He visited there once in February, once in March, and he will return again next week.
"I am going back for their spring game on April 26," said Reynolds. "I really like it up there. They have a lot of history at cornerback, so that stands out to me. I really like the coaches there too."
More offers will come for the 6-foot, 170 pound Greensboro (N.C.) Northern Guilford star. For now though, he is only thinking about the Hokies.
"Virginia Tech is the school for me. They are a hard-nosed defense and that is right for me."