"I finally got to see everything in person," he said. "I liked everything about Miami. It was a lot of fun. Everything is in order there. I like the players and how they hang out together."
At 6-foot-5 and 227 pounds, Reynolds was hosted by Andrew Williams and Jerome McDougle.
"I'm definitely going to Miami," he said. "I never had any second thoughts about it. I made a decision and I stuck with it."
Reynolds said he had the opportunity to meet Coach Coker recently and again this weekend.
"He's a great person," he said. "Coach Coker is real down to earth and you can talk to him about personal stuff."
The biggest question about Reynolds has been whether or not he'd remain at linebacker.
"They said they want me as a linebacker," he said. "I met Leon Williams and he's a pretty big linebacker."
Reynolds finished his senior season with 110 tackles, nine sacks, and two interceptions.
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