2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOSH REYNOLDS: Texas A&M, 6026 194 4.54. Three-year starter from San Antonio, TX. Played one year at Tyler Junior College. Rangy frame and necessary ability to play outside receiver. Fights for contested 50/50 balls with exceptional ability to contort and adjust. Outstanding downfield tracking ability. Attacks and high points the ball with great effort. Works back to football on comeback throws. Legitimate red zone threat. Has enough ability to stress the defense downfield with speed, size and jump ball skills. Needs technique work on his releases. Doesn’t have top end play strength. Only a marginal route runner. Needs to keep defender’s hands off to prevent them from controlling him and the route. Poor stance technique causes him to drop weight before releasing at the line of scrimmage. Gives good fits and initial punch in run game but does not consistently compete on the block through the whistle. Will need to work on overall route running ability. A solid competitor with no major areas of weakness in his overall game. Marvin Jones (Detroit) type player with real potential to be a starter and contributor at the next level. His size and explosive vertical speed make him a deep threat. Reynolds is a day two prospect who has good upside to his career. 2016 stats: 61-1039, 17.0 ypr, 12 TD. OSR:16/60. Second/third round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 3/8, VJ-37, SS-4.14).