Last season, under head coach Tony Lindsay, the Denver South Rebels made a move toward respectability with a 7-3 record in 4A football. One of the primary pieces of this success was the play of receiver Jevon Reynolds. The talented 6-0 185 pound Reynolds put together a great junior season as he compiled fifty-five receptions for nearly 1,200 yards and thirteen scores while averaging over twenty-one yards a reception. Although receiver is his primary and projected position, Reynolds can do it all; playing DB, punting, averaging eight yards a carry running the ball and returning kicks and punts. For fun, Reynolds also threw two touchdown passes last season. Along with these talents, Reynolds is also one of the most seasoned players in Colorado. Going into his senior campaign, Reynolds will have started four years in football. Add in his time as a twelve point a game basketball scorer and you have a player who has logged numerous important minutes.
As a receiver, Reynolds has many of the skills college programs crave. According to Scout's Southwest recruiting analyst Jason Jewell, Reynolds, "Jumps well, catches with his hands and goes after the ball at its highest point. With good size and strength, Reynolds shows the ability and willingness to go over the middle. Reynolds is as athletic as any receiver in Colorado."
Reynolds' experience and skill has not gone unnoticed by college recruiters, currently Colorado, Colorado State and Wyoming have offered while other Mountain West and Big 12 schools are showing interest. With Reynolds, as well as a cadre of other talented offensive performers returning, South could be a team to watch next season.