Published December 6, 2013 - 10:00amNEW: Follow on facebook -
Joshua Reynolds would love to catch a few passes from Johnny Manziel. But unlike the thousands of other receivers who will never get that chance, the junior college wide receiver will play for Texas A&M next fall–and if Manziel chooses to stay one more year in College Station (which hasn’t been determined yet), Reynolds will definitely catch a few.
Reynolds is the latest addition to the 2014 Texas A&M signing class. He is a 6-foot-3, 185-pound pass target out of San Antonio (Texas), and he played his junior college football at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas. Reynolds is rated a three-star prospect, and the No. 2 overall prospect in Texas junior college football, and the No. 5 JUCO WR prospect in the country. He told Saturday Down South that he’ll be on campus in January, ready to earn early playing time.
“Coach (Kevin) Sumlin is a smooth guy, he really sold me on A&M and what they are all about,” Reynolds told Saturday Down South. “It would be an honor to catch passes from a former Heisman winner like Manziel … I’ve heard really good things about A&M’s program. An now that they’re in the SEC, it’s a bonus for me to play against those top talents (on defense).”
Reynolds is the Aggies’ 19th commitment and has helped them to a No. 3 team ranking, nationally–behind only Alabama and Tennessee.
Editor’s note: All rankings used by Saturday Down South, individual and team-wise, refer to the 247Sports.com composite ranking.