Earlier in April, Phenom Hoops had a chance to watch 2026 Harris Reynolds who played with Team Curry and stood out with what we saw on the court. The 6’4 guard was able to impress with his ability to run the show, be a scoring threat, and make plays for himself and others.  In fact, we had this to say after the Phenom Grassroots TOC event:  

“Reynolds is a young prospect for Team Curry that I would have my eyes on. He has good size and can run the show or play off the ball. But when the ball was in his hands, he was strong out in transition, showcasing a smooth creative feel, penetrating and getting inside the defense, using his size to his advantage but also not forcing anything and finding his teammates. Overall, he just had a natural feel and a great pace to his game.”

His recruitment has continued to stay steady, with a new offer from Radford coming his way.  Phenom Hoops spoke with Reynolds on the latest, his development, and the latest in his recruitment.

Phenom 1-on-1:

Phenom: How did everything go this past high school season for you?
Reynolds: Everything was great this past season, we lost in the Sweet 16 with a very young team, and we are looking to go way deeper in the state tournament this year.

Phenom: How has this summer gone for you? And how would you best describe your game and what have you been developing?
Reynolds: This summer has gone great so far; I’ve gained a lot of college interest in the last couple of months. I would describe my game as a true playmaker and a scorer. I’ve been working to develop my interior defense and being able to guard positions 1-5.

Phenom: Thoughts on your latest offer from Radford? And what other offers do you hold?
Reynolds: I am very excited about my latest offer from Radford University. My other offers are from Samford, Ohio, and Kennesaw State. Kennesaw State has been my main contact.

Phenom: What other schools have been showing interest your way?
Reynolds: Virginia Tech, Appalachian State, and Rice have all shown interest as well.

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