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Reynolds in no rush

You never know when a prospect might pull the trigger, but Scottie Reynolds feels no pressure with the end of the late signing period. Coming off a visit to Villanova, Reynolds insists he is still stuck at six schools.
"I'm taking my time, and I'm not worried about it," said Reynolds, a 6-foot, 170-pound combo guard from Herndon High School. It's a big decision and I've been talking with my high school coach, but really haven't gone over it with my parents yet."
With Oklahoma, LSU, Wake Forest, Michigan, Illinois and Villanova still in the mix, Reynolds does not claim a leader as of now.
He did, however, speak positively of his recent visit to Villanova.
"I really like Coach Wright a lot," he said. "I also like the players. They are cool. I felt good about the visit overall. It was a good visit."
Having visited all of these schools except Wake Forest and Illinois, Reynolds is hoping he can make his decision before taking anymore visits.
"I hope I won't have to take anymore visits," he said. "I hope to have a visit before too much longer."
Reynolds, who previously signed with Oklahoma and Coach Sampson, is the No. 76 ranked prospect in the class of 2006.
Scottie Reynolds scouting report:
A clutch shooter, Reynolds has all the intangibles that make him a winner. With average athleticism, Reynolds makes plays with his craftiness, high skill level and strength with the ball. He will have to work hard to successfully defend on the high-major level.