San Fernando (Calif.) quarterback/cornerback Rashaad Reynolds (6-0, 175) has been one of the most productive players in the City Section the past two years, primarily leading the SF offense.
But it’s on defense where Reynolds is attracting college coaches.
“Schools are looking at me mostly as a DB, but some are looking at me as an athlete, some as a receiver. It’s a whole lot of different positions,” said Reynolds.
Schools that have been showing interest in Reynolds include Arizona State, Washington, San Diego State, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State.”
“I think Washington, Arizona State, San Diego State and Oregon State are the closest to offering,” said Reynolds. “They all want to see some senior film. Washington said they would come to one of our first three games, and look at me in person.”
The top five schools for Reynolds have a Pac-10 flavor to it.
“My top five schools are Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington.”
Reynolds has been playing on both sides of the ball, leading San Fernando’s ground-oriented offense at quarterback, but he knows his future is on defense.
“I think I have good cornerback size,” said Reynolds.
A groin injury during the summer sidelined him for much of it, his only camp attendance being the UCLA camp, but he did attend the Badger/New Level 7-on-7 Passing Tourney in Las Vegas.
“I’m not in a rush to decide. I want to take some visits for sure,” said Reynolds.
Academically, Reynolds has a 2.7 GPA and scored a 1290 on the SAT.