Virginia went from a rebuilding team to a squad with real hopes of getting back into the NCAA Tournament when senior point guard Sean Singletary pulled out of the NBA Draft. But can coach Dave Leitao find enough other pieces to the puzzle around the star guard? Get the scoop as the Top 64 Countdown...[details]
Strengths: Reynolds has smooth athleticism, an excellent array of moves from the triple-threat position, and beautiful shooting mechanics featuring a quick, effortless release. He earned the reputation for being an explosive scorer at Virginia, showing the ability to hit pull-up 3-pointers, runners in the lane, and quick-fire spot up shots in transition. The combo guard has clearly worked hard on his body, and has the tools to put the ball in the basket against nearly everyone.
Weaknesses: At 6'3, Reynolds has to fight an uphill battle due to lack of point guard instincts. He has always played with a scorer's mentality, yet lacks the proper attributes to play off the ball in the NBA. Reynolds also must improve his focus on the defensive end.
Outlook: Reynolds may be limited as a prospect, but his explosive scoring ability was certainly observed by NBA scouts this year.
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