Byrnes WR Drawing Heavy Interest

Duncan, South Carolina is home to one of the top receivers in South Carolina for the class of 2005. Reynaldo Hunter is hearing from some of the top programs around the country as he prepares for his senior season. Who are the early favorites for the talented receiver?

WR Reynaldo Hunter
5-11, 175, 4.4
Brynes High School
Spartanburg, South Carolina

Byrnes standout Reynaldo Hunter is still waiting on his first offer but don't expect the wait to be too long as interest continues to build from several big time programs.

"Maryland, Duke, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina State, North Carolina, Nebraska, South Carolina, Notre Dame, Michigan, Auburn and Purdue have all show interest," stated Hunter in a recent interview with "South Carolina has sent a questionnaire. I haven't heard from Clemson yet."

When asked who the early favorites are, Hunter responded, "North Carolina State, Georgia, Florida State, Florida and Miami."

Hunter traveled to Durham earlier this month to enjoy Junior Day at Duke. "I went to Duke's Junior Day. I got to see Duke play Maryland in basketball. It was a great experience," said Hunter.

All schools are recruiting the 5-11, 175 pound speedster as a wide receiver at this time. Hunter had a very impressive junior campaign as he caught 42 passes for 857 yards and 9 touchdowns.

"I have good speed. I catch the ball well. I also block well down the field away from the ball. I plan to work on my agility this year. I want to get faster going side to side."

Hunter grew up in Florida and pulled for the Florida State Seminoles as a youngster. "I would love to get back to Florida," stated the prize recruit.

What will the Byrnes star consider when selecting the college of his choice? "First of all I will look at academics. Then I will see if I fit in at the school. I want to go where I fit in and feel comfortable."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding wide receiver from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories