"I played defensive end and left tackle this season. I think I'll probably end up as a defensive end in college. I improved athletically, but more so in knowing the game. I've been watching a lot of film this season," he said.
"Recruiting has been good. My leader right now is Washington. I really like the coaching staff and the way they play defensively. I'm supposed to be going up to campus in a couple of weeks for my official visit," he said.
Reynolds' recruiter for the Huskies is [defensive line coach] Tosh Lupoi, with whom he's maintained a good relationship.
Though he hasn't picked up an offer from the Bruins quite yet, Reynolds says that UCLA has started showing a surge of interest lately, as he's been talking with his recruiter, [defensive line coach] Angus McClure.
"I'm talking to UCLA now, too and I'm really interested in their program. I like their academics. They have a great athletic program and I like their coaches. I haven't had the chance to see any of their games this season, but I think I'll be going down to UCLA in December," he said.
Reynolds will take his time exploring his options and is not in a rush to announce his decision.