Texas A&M football senior wide receiver Josh Reynolds may have been the most underrated player in the SEC and will be missed by many Aggies next year.
Josh Reynolds led the Aggies in receiving yards (885) and touchdowns (10). He was one of the most productive offensive players by far, averaging 18.1 yards per catch this season.
With just a bowl game left to play, Reynolds will finish his Texas A&M career with at least 28 touchdown receptions, the second most in school history to Jeff Fuller (34). Unless he scores seven touchdowns against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl, wouldn’t that be something?
It’s worth noting that Fuller also had 28 touchdowns after his third season. Had Reynolds played four years, he would probably be the Aggies’ all time leader.
Prairie View and South Carolina were the only two schools that were able to “prevent” Reynolds from getting into the endzone. He scored in all 10 other contests this year, including the final seven games of the season. That set a school record.
He won’t be playing on Saturday’s next year. Instead he’s moving up to Sunday football. At six foot four inches tall, Reynolds has NFL size to go with his speed and compares well with current NFL wide receiver and fellow Texas Aggie Mike Evans.