Getting to know a new Lady Vol

Jordan Reynolds has left her home state of Oregon and is now in Tennessee to begin her college basketball career. The 5-11 guard answered a few questions from InsideTennessee so fans could get to know her a little better. Go inside for her answers.

Jordan Reynolds was a key recruit for coach Holly Warlick because her commitment last fall showed that Warlick could still lure top talent to Knoxville after Pat Summitt retired. Reynolds, who is from Portland, Oregon, has enrolled for the second summer session at Tennessee.

Reynolds took the time to field a few questions from InsideTennessee before she departed.

What item do you absolutely have to bring with you from home?

Cell phone.

What will you miss the most about not being in Oregon?

No sales tax.

What will you like the most about being in Tennessee?

New people.

You can start court workouts with coaches after you enroll. Are you nervous or excited or both? And why?

Both. New beginnings.

What is your favorite food?

Cereal.

Favorite TV show?

Guy Code.

Favorite magazine?

GQ.

What do you think will be your favorite class at Tennessee?

Speech class.

What do you plan to study in college?

Business communication or sports marketing.

If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?

Bill Gates. He's a man with a plan. He's my idol.

If you didn't play basketball, what other sport would you have tried to play in college?

Track.

Do you have any other talents not sports-related?

Singing.

If you won millions in the lottery, what are you buying first?

A house for my momma.

Can you cook and if so, what?

Yes, breakfast, lunch and dinner, especially dinner.

Do you know how to sort laundry?

Yes!!!

Describe your perfect vacation because you are a college athlete now so it will be four years before you get to take it.

Paris France, sightseeing for a week at most. Meet the cute guys.

And, finally, you get three wishes. What are they?

1. End poverty.

2. Have my own successful shoe line under Nike.

3. Leave a legacy.


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