Woodberry Forest (Va.) Woodberry Forest School safety Ed Reynolds took his second consecutive official visit over the weekend. The 6-foot-3, 196-pounder made his way down to Durham to check out the Blue Devils.
"The visit was good," he said. "I hadn't been down there in awhile, since I visited over the summer for camp. It was good. I got to see inside the whole school and campus, sit down with the coaches and go to Coach Cutcliffe's house. It was good, I went with my mom and dad."
On Friday, Reynolds toured the school further.
"I got to tour the athletic buildings and meet the advisors and professors about different major," he said. "I got to see the support system and tutors and how they work closely with the football staff."
On Saturday, the three-star prospect headed to the St. John's basketball game.
"I went to the game and spent a lot of time with the guys," he said. "The basketball game was exciting. I had never been to a Duke basketball game. I had always heard about them. It was kind of hyped. The student section was going crazy. It was good to see how everybody responds to the team. It was definitely a good experience.
"After the game, I went out with my host Anthony Young-Wiseman from Maryland. It was great to just be around him and the other players. You really got to know a bunch about the players and how they are working for an ACC Championship and National Championship."
Before heading out on Sunday, Reynolds met with Coach Cutcliffe one last time.
"It was good," he said. "I met with him and my parents and he talked about how he sees me fitting in. He then told me to take my time and said he really wants me to sign there."
Reynolds plans to head back down to the Carolina triangle next week with an official to Chapel Hill and North Carolina.