After his junior year at Eisenhower High School in Aldine Texas, Reynolds began to receive attention from multiple programs. Last season, Jaz caught 31 passes for 630 yards and six touchdowns. His 6-foot-3 frame makes him a tall target for quarterbacks to throw too. Additionally, Reynolds possesses another quality that excites coaches. "My ability to jump over anybody and get the jump ball. My verticle is 37 1/2 inches," Reynolds said.
Reynolds plans to continue to work on his body and get ready for big time college football. "I'm trying to be 200 pounds before I go to college. I'm 185 right now," he said.
At this time, Reynold's strengths outweigh his weaknesses. "My verticle and my speed (4.5 40 time) are my strengths. I like to go over the middle too," he said.
Reynolds has only taken one unofficial visit at this point, to Virginia, but he has other plans for the summer. "I plan to go to Kentucky early in August or late this month. I just want to see their campus," he said.
Reynolds likes Kentucky and what coach Brooks has built in recent years. "I like the conference. I like their offense. I believe I'd be able to fit into their offense and do big things," he said. "They spread the ball around pretty good."
Reynolds has a few important things that he's looking for in the school he picks. "The offense that the team runs is important. The receivers that came in before me. If they've signed a lot more receivers the year before me, that might not be a good fit. And the campus life and facilities are important," said Reynolds.
While Reynolds does have his favorites, he's not ready to make his decision yet. "I told some folks that I would (commit) before school starts, but right now it's too hard of a decision to rush into."
Reynolds is a three-star prospect according to Scout.com and the number 84 receiver in the nation.