signed with Miami a couple of short years ago. In 2002, he signed the papers and sent them in, making him a Hurricane. But things changed, once he got to Miami. One of his entrance exams was flagged and Reynolds was forced to leave Miami. He planned to enroll that next January, but that never happened.
Now, Reynolds is at Hargrave, and things are going well for the big linebacker. In fact, things are going so well that, when asking his teammates who the best player was at Hargrave, one name almost always came up: Antonio Reynolds.
Reynolds noted that he is doing well at Hargrave to date. "So far it's been good," he said. "I'm learning a lot of discipline and stuff. I'm learning how to get up in the morning and learning how to meet a lot of new guys and make bonds. I'm trying to improve scores, grades, myself spiritually, and as a player."
On the field, [I'm working] basically my conditioning, getting in good shape. I've got to get better mentally and basically just play my type of game too."
VTI asked Reynolds to talk about his recruitment to date. "I signed with Miami out of high school," Reynolds said. "Right now, it's open. My options are open. Miami, Tennessee, Ohio State, maybe Nebraska. Really I'm open to anyone."
Would Reynolds be open to staying in the state of Virginia and playing at Virginia or Virginia Tech as well? "You bet," he said. "They're both really good programs."
Reynolds, who received offers from the likes of Pittsburgh, Penn State, Miami, Tennessee, Kentucky, and others out of high school, said he will likely wait a while before making his college decision. "I might wait a while," Reynolds said. "I think I will hold off a while."
Antonio Reynolds' story is an interesting one. A player who signed with Miami a couple of years ago, Reynolds has since come back to Hargrave to improve all aspects of his life. And his college future – it's unknown. Is he open or will Reynolds be a Cane?