Juniors Dwayne and Dwight Reynolds are twin brothers at Charlotte that have a lot of ability on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Dwayne plays safety and Dwight mainly plays cornerback (and some safety). Against rival Venice on Friday they were active on this side of the ball, recording a combined 15 tackles and one tackle for a loss.
Offensively, they rotate every series at wide receiver. Dwayne had two receptions for 23-yards and Dwight had two receptions for 35-yards and a touchdown. They are both smooth, fast and athletic, although it was hard to get a read on them on offense because Charlotte threw the ball so little.
Defensively both were aggressive and showed good closing speed from their respective positions.
Venice rarely threw the ball so it was hard to see what they could do in coverage. Dwayne is 6-foot-2 and 180-pounds and Dwight is a half-inch taller.
From what I saw on this night both players look like they have a tremendous amount of ability and should be highly recruited in the class of 2013.
Below are some highlights of both players from Friday's game against the Indians.