Broken Bow (NE) athlete Dylan Reynolds has played well in all three phases of the game and received a preferred walk-on offer from Nebraska. After visiting Nebraska several times, including junior day and five home games this season, he was very excited to hear the news from Nebraska high school relations staff director Kenny Wilhite:
Reynolds is not sure which side of the ball he will be starting out on at Nebraska, but he can make plays as a WR, DB, and as a kick return specialist. In his junior year, he set the Nebraska C1 kick return record with a 98 yard TD return. During his senior year, he continued to return kicks and had 14 receptions for 369 yards and six TDs to go with three interceptions and 46 total tackles.
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The 6-foot, 170-pounder says he uses his speed and quickness to create big plays. Reynolds is excited to fulfill his dream in future years.
"I was at a loss of words at first," said Reynolds. "My dreams of becoming a Husker turned into a reality and it was a great feeling! Still hasn't quite sunk in that I'm going to be a Husker next year!"
Nebraska senior Brandon Reilly went to Twitter to congratulate Reynolds on walking-on.