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S Ed Reynolds puts Card in top-five

S Ed Reynolds

Stanford has secured a commitment from the new, larger breed of safeties who are transforming the football position, landing Daunte Carr two weeks ago. The Cardinal remains in an active pursuit for a second. Standing at 6 foot 3 inches tall and weighing in at nearly 200 pounds, Woodberry Forest (Va.) prospect Ed Reynolds fits the larger safety prototype most teams seek these days.

"I think the game in general is transitioning to bigger safeties," Ed Reynolds said. "It used to be a smaller frame, but I think within this generation, you have bigger guys that have speed, can hit, play the coverage but can also come down in the box. I think programs like to have the versatility they get with a bigger safety, and that mindset is taking the game over." Reynolds is preparing... Recommended Stories

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