"I'd say BYU leads slightly for me right now and Arizona State falls in as my #2," says Reynolds, from Provo Timpview.
"I've grown up around BYU and I kind of know how everything works over there. To me, deciding on a school has to do mainly with where you feel the most comfortable. I mean every school has its pluses and minuses.
"I'm not too sure of how the offensive line is run at BYU. But the coolest thing about them is that they're an LDS school and I'm LDS, so I'd have a lot of people around me that would share the same faith values. That's got to be the biggest thing with them.
"Arizona State is like a new thing for me. It's cool to see how different some of these places are. I spent a lot of time with coach (Brent) Myers (offensive line). I like him and I enjoyed how comfortable he made things for me.
"You have to feel comfortable around someone your going to play for. They've also got some great players. They do a lot of team stuff together as far as off-the-field. And they run a similar practice to what my high school runs, so it really wouldn't be a big change for me there.
"I really don't know when I'm going to decide on a school. I really haven't thought about it much."
Reynolds says he will officially visit Utah, Cal and Oregon in January--no dates.
Timpview beat Lonepeak 42-0 for the state championship. They went 12-1 on the season.
3.6/24 ACT--retake unset