Reynolds is known as a big-hitting safety, a sought after quality after teams witnessed the impact Seattle’s safeties had on their imposing defense, but also one that could draw a few penalty flags. He also has prototypical size and good instincts.
Philadelphia’s safeties struggled mightily last season. The team clearly made upgrading the back end of their defense a priority as Reynolds joins fellow draftee DB Jaylen Watkins, and veteran S Malcolm Jenkins as additions.
Reynolds had six interceptions in his junior season, but followed that up with only one in his senior year. That drop-off could account for him lasting until the fifth-round.
Still, Reynolds has the physical tools to factor into the Eagles secondary.