Matt Reynolds is considered the top prospect out of Utah this year and he is also considered one of the very top lineman prospects in the nation. He was a first team all-state selection at defensive end and offensive tackle as a junior. Arizona came quick out of the gates with an offer for him, and the Cats are in Matt's top four."> Matt Reynolds is considered the top prospect out of Utah this year and he is also considered one of the very top lineman prospects in the nation. He was a first team all-state selection at defensive end and offensive tackle as a junior. Arizona came quick out of the gates with an offer for him, and the Cats are in Matt's top four.">

Utah Star Has Arizona Offer

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1200068">Matt Reynolds</a> is considered the top prospect out of Utah this year and he is also considered one of the very top lineman prospects in the nation. He was a first team all-state selection at defensive end and offensive tackle as a junior. Arizona came quick out of the gates with an offer for him, and the Cats are in Matt's top four.

Height: 6-6
Weight: 270
40 time: 4.9
Bench: 305
Squat: 400
From: Provo, Utah
High School: Timpview

Timpview High has become a hotbed for talent as of late as they seem to be producing divison one talent every year. Of the handful of recent prospects to come out of the school, none may be more talented than Matt Reynolds.

Matt already has four offers; Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, and Utah. These four are the majority of his top five, and then there is USC.

Reynolds is LDS and will take his mission after graduating. His Father is the Assistant Head Coach and Running Backs Coach at BYU and the Cougars are in his top two with the Trojans.

Arizona is also making an impression on him.

"They have good weather out there and they have been really good about sending letters. They are pretty close to home, too."

The Wildcats like Matt at offensive tackle and other schools, like Utah, see him at defensive end. He has no preference on position. From his D-End spot he had 80 tackles and eight sacks last year.

Reynolds plans on attending the BYU Junior Day and Summer Camp and maybe the Utah Camp. He will also attend either the San Diego State or Stanford Nike Camp.

When asked to describe his strengths on the field Matt responded, "I have good athleticism, vision, and quickness."

Matt carries a 3.7 core GPA and will take his ACT in June. He is undecided on a major.


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