The State of Utah's number one rated prospect Matt Reynolds (6-6, 270, 4.9) from Prove (Utah) Timpview has narrowed down his schools to four. He was a heavy lean toward BYU and by some sources was committed to the school.
The two-way standout has narrowed down his college choices to BYU, Utah, ASU, and Cal.
Reynolds is mostly being looked as an offensive lineman, but his final four aren't closed to him getting a shot on defense.
"Most of the schools that recruited me said I could play on either side of the ball," Reynolds said. "They will play me on the side of the ball that I will help the team the most."
Reynolds has already visited BYU where his Dad, Lance Reynolds, was an assistant coach for 22 years, played his college ball and was a finalist for the head coach job that was finally given to Bronko Mendenhall.
Reynolds has also visited ASU and had a great visit.
It has been announced that his Dad will stay at BYU and that may make the difference for him. Still the younger Reynolds says he is going through the recruiting process.
Cal and Utah could get visits in January if he doesn't throw his hat completely in the ring for long time favorite BYU.
Reynolds told Rivals.com that he doesn't have a time table when he will make his announcement for his college choice.
Whoever lands Reynolds will be getting an awesome talent who is a member of the Rivals.com, Rivals100 team landing as the nation's No. 81 prospect at any possession.
Rivals.com ranks Reynolds as the nation's No. 2 offensive guard prospect and rated as the No.1 prospect for the Beehive State at any position.