Tommie Reynolds is a multi-position athlete playing for Rayville Junior High School in Rayville, Louisiana. Playing QB, WR, CB, and S, he is a 5’8″ 143 lb. prospect who participated in the LGF All-American Jr. game.
Tommie Reynolds Q&A:
Q: Why did you decide to choose football growing up?
A: It’s a lot, I watched a lot of pro ball growing up, so seeing them made me want to chase some of their dreams.
Q: What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned from the game?
A: The biggest lesson came from coaches being tough on me but learning to be disciplined.
Q: What’s one of the major obstacles you have had to overcome so far in your life?
A: Accomplishing my goals towards sports, and working hard. My parents pushed to work hard but I also kept pushing myself to work hard as well.
Q: What do you believe is your biggest strength?
A: Being able to learn my plays.
Q: What activities outside of football do you use to help you prepare for the football season?
A: Playing baseball and basketball, playing different sports helps me stay prepared for the season.
Q: What’s your proudest or favorite football memory so far?
A: Playing with Gridiron Football in the junior All-American game. I was super excited and it was one of my dreams.
Q: What would you consider to be your dream school?
A: I wanna go to LSU. They have a great football program along with the coaches.
Q: Do you have any players in the NFL that you look up to and model your game after?
A: CeeDee Lamb for the Cowboys, #88.
Q: What’s your favorite position to play?
A: Wide Receiver.
Q: What NFL roster would you put yourself in if you could pick any one?
A: The Cowboys, that’s my favorite team.
Q: What’s your go-to post-game meal?
A: Fried chicken and mac and cheese.