The 6-foot-5 shooting guard is very patient and lets the game come to him. His AAU team ran their offense through him and allowed him to use his court vision to find the open man.
"I love playing with him, he makes me better," AAU teammate, Malik Alvin said of Redding.
"If a guy is open, I'm going to hit him," Redding stated. "With me I guess you could say it's pass first, even though a lot of people know that I can score. I actually do look to pass first. My coaches seem to get on me more about passing so I mean, I try and hit the open man."
Redding seems to have a very strong mid-range game and he showed it off on a few occasions whether he was shooting jumpers just inside the arc, or shooting turnarounds just off the block over tall defenders.
With his impressive overall game, there are several schools showing interest in him. Among the ones he likes are North Carolina State, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, and Boston College, Villanova, Temple, St. Josephs, LaSalle, and Penn.
Although he said he doesn't have a leader he did rave about North Carolina State and stated that playing in the ACC is a big plus.
"I like the coach," Redding said. "It's a good school, it's in the ACC, and that is great ball."
Reggie Redding Sr. also mentioned North Carolina State and had nothing but good things to say about the school and its coaching staff.
"I like the way they play," the elder Redding stated. "His game is catered to North Carolina State's style of play. I like coach Sendek too."
Redding said he has received an offer from North Carolina State and that he would definitely take a visit to N.C. State later on in the summer. He would like to have his final decision made before his high school season starts.
Whatever school Redding decides to go to he says it is essential that he is comfortable with the coaching staff.
"I guess the players, their personality, and the coach," Redding said about the most important factor in his recruitment. "And how I like the school, and it depends if I feel comfortable where I'm at."
The Philadelphia native led his high school team to the state championship game, and finished his junior season averaging 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists per game.
Spiece Day Two Evaluation: "'Old School' was putting it on SYF Brotherhood when we ducked out at the half. In 16 minutes, Redding scored 15 points, had 4 rebounds and dropped 5 assists. The guy's game is solid and he carves up defenses with patience and passing." -- Scout.com's Dave Telep