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Basketball Recruiting: 2013 Darryl Reynolds has Interest Coast to Coast

Class of 2013 big man, Darryl Reynolds, is a name to remember out of Pennsylvania. The 6’9” basketball recruit knows how to use his length and athleticism to wreak havoc on defense and cause mismatches on the offensive side of the ball. He will be playing basketball at Worcester Academy (MA) this fall and hopes for his game to help open the floodgates to his recruitment.

Darryl likes to use his body in the lane while on defense, blocking shots and intimidating players as they drive to the hoop. He puts the title “Power Forward” to good use. His rebounding is sound and he has no issue throwing around is 215 lbs. His favorite player in the NBA is Kevin Garnett and he plays on both sides of the ball with the same style. On offense he presents mismatches with his smooth shot and his ability to create open shots over defenders.

Currently having interest from schools coast to coast, Darryl is in no rush to make his commitment. Boston College, Villanova, Providence College, Penn State, Temple, Arizona State, Virginia, Boston University, and St. Bonaventure have all expressed interest in the forward.

He only knows that he will visit Boston College and Providence for sure but there is a lot of time to visit other schools as his recruitment plays out.

Darryl is looking for a team that likes to get out and run, where they play fast and can use his athleticism to their advantage. He looks to commit at the end of the basketball season and by then his game will be even more polished.

Watch out for Darryl as he makes waves coast to coast with his gaining interest. His athleticism at 6’9” cannot be ignored on either side of the ball


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