"It was a good visit," said the 6-5 270 Matt Reynolds. "I thought it was a cool university. All the guys treated me real well. The coaches were great. Max Hall was my host. The facilities were great. They were new and nice. It was real cool how all the players seemed close to each other."
ASU marked his first official recruiting trip, and his only other school on his visit schedule is his hometown university BYU on 12/10. "I'll probably take some more visits but you never know."
Reynolds, who plays defensive tackle and tight end for Timpview, talked about his feelings about playing close to home, as well as far from it. "I think it would be fun playing close to home because your family can come and see all your games," he said. "But on the other hand, college for a lot of people is that time where you get away from home and grow up. Staying here would be a lot of fun, and playing somewhere else would be fun too."
With a 3.6 GPA and 24 on his ACT Reynolds should have no problems qualifying academically.
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