A solid all-around player at both ends of the floor...one of the top defenders at either forward spot in the Big 12 ...uses his wing span to gain an advantage on the offensive glass...crafty offensive player who has a knack for getting to the offensive boards and to loose balls...improved his scoring in the low post last season...the teams’ third leading-returning scorer (10.5 ppg) and top rebounder from a year ago (7.7 rpg)...the only senior member of the team having already played three seasons in Manhattan...has played in 85 career games and started of those 30 contests.
2000-01 (Junior): A member of the Big 12’s All-Bench team...finished third on the team in scoring (10.5 ppg)...led the Wildcats in rebounding (7.7 pg, t-7th in Big 12) and FG percentage (.523/115 of 220 FGs) last season...played in all 29 games, including nine starts...his six double-doubles ranked tied for fifth in the Big 12...hit double figures in scoring in 17 games, including a career-best stretch of seven straight contests midway through the season (1/16/01 through 2/10/01)......notched double figures in rebounding in seven games, including a career-high 16 at Kansas (1/27/01)...posted a career-high 22 points vs. Eastern Washington (12/16/00)...also grabbed 11 boards and connected on 12 of 16 free throws in that game...had a solid all-around game in the ‘Cats league opening win at Texas A&M (1/16/01)...posted 12 points, eight rebounds and a season-high tying five assists vs. the Aggies...tallied 13 points and 11 boards in the Wildcats’ upset of No. 20 Missouri (1/16/01)...knocked down the game-winning floater in the paint with less than two seconds remaining vs. Nebraska (3/8/01) in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament...earned the CNN Play-of-the-Day for his heroics vs. the Huskers...notched his 500th career point in the Big 12 second round vs. Kansas (3/9/01)
1999-00 (Sophomore): Recorded his second career double-double when he contributed 13 rebounds and seven assists, both season-highs, to go with 10 points against Baylor (3/1/00)...played a career-high 35 minutes against Texas (3/4/00)...returned to the lineup against Oklahoma State (1/26/00) after suffering a severe high ankle sprain against Kansas (1/12/00) and missing two weeks of action...returned to the starting lineup against Colorado (2/5/00), playing 23 minutes...held Georgia State’s Shernard Long to just 14 points on 5-of-16 shooting, after Long entered the contest averaging 29.0 points per game...posted 10 points (5-for-8 FGs) and seven rebounds to go with two assists and a steal against Old Dominion (12/22/99)...hauled in 10 rebounds against Memphis (12/8/99)...reached double figures in rebounding three times...scored 69 points in his first 11 games of the season after tickling the nets for just 62 points in 33 games (1.9 points per game) as a freshman...scored his first career double-double against Texas-San Antonio (11/29/99) when he scored 13 points and gathered 10 rebounds.
1998-99 (Freshman): Often an overlooked player who was one of the top defenders on the team...started five games on the season at small forward...earned honorable mention Academic All-Big 12 Conference honors...elevated his game in the postseason, averaging 3.8 points and 2.8 rebounds in 10.8 minutes of action...one of his best all-around games of the season came against Texas Christian (3/10/99) in the postseason NIT when came off the bench for 11 points (5-of-6 FGs) and four rebounds...came off the bench to grab a season-best eight rebounds at Colorado (2/27/99)...earned his second collegiate start at Iowa State and played a season-high 19 minutes in the contest (2/6/99)...made his first career start against Texas (1/16/99)...along with Josh Kimm, became the first pair of freshmen in the starting lineup since Dec. 7, 1985...grabbed five rebounds in 16 minutes of action against Texas Tech (1/9/99)...provided the Wildcats with a spark off the bench against Missouri by scoring four points and grabbing six rebounds (1/6/99)...came off the bench and scored six points on a career-best 3-for-4 shooting effort from the field against UMKC (12/19/98)...dished out a season-high four assists against Loyola Chicago (12/1/98)...best game of the season came against Georgia State when he scored seven points (2-for-2 from the field, 3-for-3 from the free throw line)in 16 minutes of action (11/29/98).
High School: An honorable mention All-USA Today choice as a senior ...two-time first team All-Class 6A pick by the Topeka Capital-Journal...two-time All-I-70 League selection...earned second team all-state honors from the Associated Press as a senior...nominated for the McDonald’s All-America Team...led all scorers with 21 points at the Pony Express All-Star Basketball Showcase– an all-star game between Missouri and Kansas players...led the I-70 League in scoring (19.7 ppg) and rebounding (9.7 rpg) as a senior...led the Bluejays to an 18-5 record and a trip to the Class 6A state tournament...scored a season-high 36 points against Salina Central and had a season-best 18 rebounds against Salina South as a senior...led the I-70 League in steals (2.17 spg) and led Junction City HS in charges taken and blocked shots (55)...coached by Feliz Grimmett at Junction City.
Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1980...parents are Kenneth and Angela Thomas and Pearlee Youman...family includes three sisters...a high school teammate of fellow Wildcat Quentin Buchanan at Junction City High School.
Reynolds: 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics
Reynolds: 1999-2000 Game-by-Game Statistics