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#29 Ed Reynolds
Position: Free Safety
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 206
Year: Senior
Hometown: Stoneville, N.C.
High School: Woodberry Forest (Va.)
Major: Political Science
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As a Senior (2013)
• FWAA All-America second team
• All-America first team
• All-America honorable mention
• Phil Steele All-America second team
• Athlon Sports All-America first team
• Athlon Sports All-Pac-12 first team
• Sporting News All-Pac-12
• Phil Steele All-Pac-12 first team
• All-Pac-12 first team
• Pac-12 All-Academic second team
• Bronko Nagurski Award watch list
• Jim Thorpe Award watch list
• Lott IMPACT Award watch list
• Lott IMPACT Award quarterfinalist
• Lott IMPACT Award semifinalist
• Preseason All-America by
• Preseason All-America by
• Preseason All-America by Phil Steele
• Preseason All-America by Athlon Sports
• Preseason All-Pac-12 by Phil Steele, Athlon Sports and Lindy's
• Pac-12's 11th-best player in's preseason top-25 player rankings
• Lott Trophy IMPACT Player of the Week (Sept. 9)
• Stanford's co-Defensive Player of the Game vs. San Jose State (Sept. 7)
• 14 games played at free safety
• Third on team with 87 tackles (56 solo), 1.0 tackle for loss, one interception, four pass breakups
• 12 tackles (nine solo) in season opener against San Jose State
     • One interception (second in as many season openers)
• Five tackles (four solo) at Army
• Six tackles (three solo) and one pass breakup vs. Arizona State
• Two tackles in second half against Washington State
• Seven solo tackles vs. Washington
• 12 tackles at Utah
• Six tackles vs. UCLA
• Four solo tackles, game-ending pass breakup at Oregon State
• Four tackles (three solo), one pass breakup vs. Oregon
• Four tackles at USC
• Four tackles (1.0 for loss) vs. Cal
• Seven tackles, one quarterback hurry vs. Notre Dame
• Three tackles, one pass breakup vs. Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
• 10 tackles (seven solo) vs. Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Junior (2012)
• Associated Press All-America third team
• All-America second team
• Phil Steel All-America third team
• All-America third team
• All-Pac-12 first team
• Team-high six interceptions
• Most interceptions by a Stanford player since Jim Kaffen’s seven in 1973
• School-record three interceptions returned for a touchdown
• 12th nationally with 0.43 interceptions per game
• First nationally with 301 interception return yards
• One yard short of NCAA single-season record for interception return yards
• USC’s Charles Phillips had 302 interception return yards in 1974
• Four tackles and conference-high tying sixth interception against UCLA in Pac-12 title game
• Returned interception against UCLA 80-yards to one-yard line
• Returned interception 25 yards for fourth-quarter touchdown vs. Washington State
• Returned interception 52 yards untouched for first-quarter touchdown at Colorado
• Two interceptions vs. Duke, one returned 71 yards for third-quarter touchdown
• First player to intercept two passes in same game since Delano Howell vs. Washington in 2009
• Picked off pass vs. San Jose State to halt potential game-winning drive in fourth quarter
• Five tackles (three solo) and pass breakup in overtime win vs. Arizona
• Six tackles (three solo) and pass breakup on final defensive stand vs. USC
• Six tackles (four solo) in victory at Oregon
• Four tackles (three solo) at Notre Dame
• Four tackles and pair of pass breakups vs. Oregon State

As a Sophomore (2011)
• Missed season due to injury

As a Freshman (2010)
• Played in five games
• Six tackles

The Reynolds File
• Graduated from Woodberry Forest (Va.) and played for head coach Clinton Alexander
• Three-year varsity letterwinner
• Played defensive back, running back and returned kicks
• 50 tackles and three interceptions as a senior
• 1,314 yards on 154 carries with nine touchdowns as a running back
• All-state defensive back and running back a senior
• All-state defensive back and kickoff returner as a junior
• 2009 Virginia Prep League co-Player of the Year
• Helped school to three straight Virginia Prep League titles
• Woodberry Forest was Virginia’s top-ranked private school team in 2008 and 2009
• Lettered in track and field
• Set school indoor triple jump record (44-3.3)
• Recipient of William and Mary Leadership Award
• Born in Greensboro, N.C.
• Full name is Ed Rannell Reynolds II
• Son of Ed and Pamela Reynolds
    • Father played football at Virginia and professionaly for the New England Patriots (1983-91) and New York Giants (1992)
• Three younger brothers: Joseph, Ethan and Jason
• Majoring in political science