Iowa has offered scholarships to both backcourt stars. The Hawkeyes watched them at the Chicago Summer Jam last weekend.
"I like Iowa as a program," Reynolds said. "I talked to my good friend Tyler Ulis about it. He likes the school a lot, too. We've been talking about that, playing together there."
Ulis runs with Meanstreets and Marian Catholic High. Reynolds plays for the Mac Irvin Fire and Whitney Young.
Ulis has visited Iowa on a few occasions. Reynolds has thought about seeing the Hawkeyes in person after the July evaluation period.
"Coach (Sherman) Dillard was here (at the Chicago Jam on Saturday)," Reynolds said. "He was also out at the Peach Jam. I think I'm going to get down there for a visit soon.
"(Coach Fran McCaffery and Reynolds) talked during the school year. He was out at Peach Jam, too."
"It all depends on after the July period," Reynolds said. "I'm going to sit down with my coach and we're going to decide on the officials."
The LSU Tigers are pushing hard for Reynolds' commitment.
"They've been up to every game this summer period to watch me play," he said.
"Coach Mike and Coach Nick Irvin, they definitely improved my game this summer a lot," Reynolds said. "They raised my confidence. They improved a lot of my skills; scoring; scoring abilities. They got me stronger in the gym; quicker; the whole nine yards. Everything is improving on my part."
Reynolds and Okafor will team up with Whitney Young again this winter.
"I'm working on my fatigue, definitely, going back to the Whitney Young season," Reynolds said. "We've got a real tight five unit. I might need to log some heavy minutes again this year. I need to be prepared for that."
Reynolds is used to winning and being alongside top-flight players. He sometimes envisions what it would be like to run with Ulis.
"I could definitely see us playing together," Reynolds said. "I think anybody in the country would like to play with him."