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J.R. Reynolds
J.R. Reynolds

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Roanoke, Va.

High School:
Oak Hill Academy

Height / Weight:
6-2½ / 188

Position:
G



02/01/2007

Virginia 68, #8 Duke 66 (AP photos)

Virginia 68, #8 Duke 66 (AP photos)


WORTH NOTING: Averaged 12.7 points a game with a traveling team of college players during a seven-game trip to Nassau in the Bahamas in May of 2006 ... the team won all seven games on the trip and Reynolds led the team in scoring in two games ... third-team All-ACC selection in 2006 ... started every game during the 2005-06 season and 75 of the 88 games he's played in at Virginia ... scored the 1,000th point of his career in the loss at North Carolina (3/1/06) ... continued his exceptional play in ACC Tournament at the 2006 tournament in Greensboro, N.C. ... scored 43 points and had eight rebounds in the Cavaliers' two games in the tournament ... scored a game-high 23 points and had four rebounds in 39 minutes in the 60-56 opening round victory over Virginia Tech (3/9/06) ... in a 79-67 loss to North Carolina (3/10/06) in the quarterfinals, he scored 20 points, had four rebounds, four assists and two steals in 38 minutes of playing time ... his jump shot along the right baseline with 4.1 seconds remaining provided the margin of victory in the 75-73 win over Wake Forest (2/4/06) ... scored in double figures in each of the last 24 games of the 2005-06 season which was the third longest streak in the ACC ... ranked eighth in the ACC in scoring (510, 17.0 ppg.), and ninth in free throw percentage (.776, 128-165) and three-point field goals made per game (60, 2.00 pg.) in 2005-06 ... scored at least 20 points in nine games during the 2005-06 season ... scored 19 points and had a career-high 12 assists in a career-high 41 minutes in the overtime victory at home against Virginia Tech (2/11/06) ... it was the first double-double of his career ... his 12 assists tied for the second most by an ACC player in a game during the 2005-06 season ... scored a season and game-high 30 points in the home loss to Maryland (3/05/06) ... ranks fifth on UVa's career three-point field goals made list (159) ... averaged 10.7 points and a team-leading 32.3 minutes played a game while playing in all 29 games during the 2004-05 season ... started 27 games ... scored a career-high 32 points in 39 minutes played in the victory over Miami (3/10/05) in the first round of the 2005 ACC Tournament ... was 10-14 from the field, including 5-7 from three-point range, and 7-8 from the free throw line in that game ... scored 43 points in two games in the 2005 ACC Tournament and earned second-team All-Tournament honors ... shot 82.1 percent (64-78) from the free throw line for the 2004-05 season ... his driving layup with 1.5 seconds remaining in overtime provided Virginia with its margin of victory in the 79-77 win over Loyola Marymount (12/23/04) ... All-ACC Freshmen Team selection in 2003-04 ... ranked third among freshmen in the Atlantic Coast Conference in free throw percentage with a minimum of 40 attempts (.754, 46-61), third in three-point field goal percentage with at least 50 attempts (.384, 48-125), fourth in scoring (274, 9.4 ppg), fifth in assists (58, 2.0 apg) and seventh in steals (26, 0.90 spg) ... ranked seventh overall in the ACC in three-point field goal percentage ... scored 38 points in two games in the 2004 ACC Tournament ... had a season-high 20 points against Duke in the quarterfinals (3/12/04) and 18 against Clemson in the first round (3/11/04) ... selected the ACC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 26 after scoring 26 points and shooting 64.3 percent (9-14) from the field in games against Clemson (1/20/04) and North Carolina (1/24/04) ... averaged 12.0 points a game in the last 16 games of the season and 15.4 points a game in the last five ... transferred to Oak Hill Academy from Roanoke Catholic for his senior year of high school ... established an Oak Hill record with 14 three-point field goals in one game during the 2002-03 season ... started for four seasons at Roanoke Catholic and was named the Most Valuable Player in the Virginia Independent Schools Division II three times ... Roanoke Catholic won three state championships during his time on the team.

HONORS: 2005-06--Third-team All-ACC selection ... All-State second team selection by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) and the Richmond Times-Dispatch ... co-recipient of the Bill Gibson Cavalier of the Year Award (team MVP) ... co-recipient of the Sidney Young Memorial Trophy (team award to that athlete who exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership, cooperative spirit and unselfish service in the interest of athletics at the University of Virginia) ... received the team's Defensive Player of the Year Award ... team co-captain. 2004-05--Selected to the All-ACC Tournament second team. 2003-04--Selected to the All-ACC Freshmen Team ... named ACC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 26 ... received the Most Improved Player Award (team award).


AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06-- Third-team All-ACC selection ... team co-captain ... started every game during the season ... avergaed 17.0 points, 3.1 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 33.2 minutes played a game ... scored the 1,000th point of his career in the loss at North Carolina (3/1/06) ... scored at least 20 points in nine games during the season ... scored 23 points in a victory over Virginia Tech (3/9/06) and 20 points in a loss to North Carolina (3/10/06) in the 2006 ACC Tournament ... scored in double figures in each of the last 24 games which was the third longest streak in the ACC ... averaged 21.1 points a game in the last seven games of the season ... ranked eighth in the ACC in scoring (510, 17.0 ppg.), and ninth in free throw percentage (.776, 128-165) and three-point field goals made per game (60, 2.00 pg.) ... his jump shot along the right baseline with 4.1 seconds remaining provided the margin of victory in the 75-73 win over Wake Forest (2/4/06) ... had a game-high 21 points in that game ... scored 19 points and had a career-high 12 assists in a career-high 41 minutes in the overtime victory at home against Virginia Tech (2/11/06) ... it was the first double-double of his career ... his 12 assists tied for the second most by an ACC player in a game during the season ... scored a season and game-high 30 points in the home loss to Maryland (3/05/06) ... scored a game-high 28 points in the victory over Boston College (2/21/06) ... scored a game-high 26 points in the loss at Western Kentucky (1/2/06) ... tied his career high with three steals in that game ... scored a game-high 25 points, had six assists, four rebounds and no turnovers in 31 minutes in the victory over Loyola (12/23/05) ... also tied his career high with five three-point field goals in that game ... followed that game with a 20-point performance in the win over UMBC (12/28/05) ... was 10-10 from the free throw line against UMBC and had six assists ... scored a game-high 23 points and tied his career high with seven rebounds in the victory at Richmond (11/22/05) ... averaged 33.2 minutes played a game during the season ... ranks fifth on UVa's career three-point field goals made list (159) ... lettered for the third time.

2004-05--Averaged 10.7 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists and a team-leading 32.3 minutes played a game while playing in all 29 games during the season ... started 27 games ... scored a career-high 32 points in 39 minutes of playing time in the victory over Miami (3/10/05) in the first round of the 2005 ACC Tournament ... was 10-14 from the field, including 5-7 from three-point range, and 7-8 from the free throw line in that game ... scored 43 points in two games in the 2005 ACC Tournament and earned second-team All-Tournament honors ... shot 82.1 percent (64-78) from the free throw line for the season ... his driving layup with 1.5 seconds remaining in overtime provided Virginia with its margin of victory in the 79-77 win over Loyola Marymount (12/23/04) ... played 39 minutes in that game ... did not start against Western Kentucky (1/5/05) because of illness ... came off the bench to lead the team with 20 points in UVa's double overtime victory in that game ... also had six rebounds and made all six of his free throw attempts against Western Kentucky ... returned to the starting lineup and scored 21 points in the loss at Georgia Tech (1/8/05) ... had fine defensive efforts in the victories over N.C. State (2/5/05), Florida State (2/9/05) and Virginia Tech (2/12/05) ... scored 15 points in the win over Robert Morris (11/19/04) ... was 6-8 from the field in that game, including 3-4 from three-point range ... scored 16 points in the victory over Appalachian State (11/24/04) and had a career-high seven rebounds ... made all six of his free throw attempts in that game ... tied his career high with seven rebounds and scored 11 points in the win over Clemson (1/22/05) ... had nine points, six assists and two steals in the win over Richmond (11/28/04) ... his two free throws with 2:11 left in the game put UVa ahead for good (46-44) in the 48-44 victory at Northwestern (12/1/04) ... scored 12 points, had five assists, two steals and no turnovers in 31 minutes in the win over Auburn (12/3/04) ... had 18 points in 32 minutes in the victory over Furman (12/8/04) and a team-high 18 points in 28 minutes in the loss to North Carolina at University Hall (1/29/05) ... scored 17 points, had four rebounds and two steals in 36 minutes in the loss to Wake Forest (1/2/05) at University Hall ... was 3-4 from three-point range in that game ... led the team in assists in five games.... lettered for the second time.

2003-04--All-ACC Freshmen Team selection ... averaged 9.4 points, 2.0 assists, 1.7 rebounds and 24.7 minutes played a game ... played in 29 games and started 18 ... ranked third among freshmen in the Atlantic Coast Conference in free throw percentage with a minimum of 40 attempts (.754, 46-61), third in three-point field goal percentage with at least 50 attempts (.384, 48-125), fourth in scoring (274, 9.4 ppg), fifth in assists (58, 2.0 apg) and seventh in steals (26, 0.90 spg) ... second on the team in three-point field goal percentage (.384, 48-125) and seventh overall in the ACC ... scored 38 points in two games in the 2004 ACC Tournament ... had a season-high 20 points against Duke in the quarterfinals (3/12/04) and 18 against Clemson in the first round (3/11/04) ... his three-point play with 48 seconds left in regulation sent the Clemson game into overtime and his three-point basket with 1:45 left in overtime gave UVa the lead for good ... scored all 18 of his points against Clemson in the second half and overtime ... scored 17 points and tied his season-high with five assists in the win over George Washington (3/17/04) in the first round of the NIT ... averaged 12.0 points a game in the last 16 games of the season and 15.4 points a game in the last five ... shot 46.2 percent (12-26) from three-point range in the last five games of the season ... selected the ACC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 26 after scoring 26 points and shooting 64.3 percent (9-14) from the field in games against Clemson (1/20/04) and North Carolina (1/24/04) ... scored 15 points and had three rebounds in the loss at North Carolina (1/24/04) ... scored 11 points to lead the team in its home win over Clemson (1/20/04) ... scored in double figures in 11 of the last 16 games of the season, including four of the last five ... scored 16 points in the loss at Duke (2/11/04) ... was 4-7 from three-point range in that game ... scored 11 points in the victory over Georgia Tech (2/14/04) and 14 points in the win over North Carolina (2/24/04) ... averaged 9.3 points a game and shot 44.5 percent (53-119) from the field, including 38.4 percent from three-point range (28-73), in 16 ACC regular-season games ... played in each of Virginia's first six games and started the first three ... missed the Loyola Marymount and Coastal Carolina games because of illness ... scored 10 points in 15 minutes of action in the loss to Providence (1/3/04) ... started against Clemson (1/20/04), his first start since the third game of the season (High Point, 11/30/03) ... started 15 of the last 16 games of the season ... scored 15 points in the home loss to Maryland (2/4/04) ... was 6-8 from the field in that game, including 3-5 from three-point range ... scored 14 points in the loss to Maryland in College Park (3/7/04) ... made at least one three-point field goal in 19 of the last 22 games of the season and had a three-point field goal in 24 of the 29 games in which he played ... lettered.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played as a senior at Oak Hill Academy for head coach Steve Smith... averaged 16 points, four rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals a game at Oak Hill during the 2002-03 season ... shot 81 percent from the free throw line, 48 percent from the field and 43 percent from three-point range ... Oak Hill finished the 2002-03 season ranked fourth in the nation ... received the free throw percentage and three-point field goal percentage awards at Oak Hill for the 2002-03 season ... established an Oak Hill record with 14 three-point field goals in one game ... started for four seasons at Roanoke Catholic High School before transferring to Oak Hill Academy ... scored 2,237 points, made 217 three-point field goals and had 570 assists during his career at Roanoke Catholic ... named Most Valuable Player in the Virginia Independent Schools Division II three times ... Roanoke Catholic won three state championships during his time on the team ... played for head coach Dick Wall at Roanoke Catholic ... finished his high school career with 2,812 points ... selected Mr. Basketball in Virginia by the Roanoke Times for 2002-03 ... named the 2002-03 Player of the Year by Roanoker Magazine.

PERSONAL: James R. Reynolds ... nickname is "J.R." ... born May 9, 1984 in Roanoke, Va. ... son of Laverne Alexander and Warren Reynolds... has one sister ... has worked as a counselor at a basketball camp ... sociology major.

YearG-GSMP-Avg.FGM-FGAPct.3FM-3FAPct.FTM-FTAPct.Off-DefReb-AvgPF-DQAstTOBSStlPts-Avg
2003-04 29-18716-24.790-204.44148-125.38446-61.75413-3548-1.763-15838326274-9.4
ACC 16-11 400-25.0 53-119 .445 28-73 .384 15-19 .789 9-22 31-1.9 33-1 26 22 1 15 149-9.3
2004-05 29-27937-32.398-270.36351-147.34764-78.82115-5873-2.579-25044423311-10.7
ACC 16-15 512-32.0 43-141 .305 22-75 .293 34-44 .773 11-29 40-2.5 46-2 18 22 1 10 142-8.9
2005-06 30-30 997-33.2 161-396 .407 60-170 .353 128-165 .776 19-75 94-3.1 72-1 92 84 3 24 510-17.0
ACC 16-16 539-33.7 89-220 .405 36-99 .364 68-88 .750 11-42 53-3.3 33-0 46 50 3 11 280-17.5
Career 88-752650-30.1349-870.401159-442.360238-304.78347-168215-2.4214-420016610731095-12.4
ACC 48-42 1451-30.2 185-480 .385 86-247 .348 115-151 .762 31-93 124-2.6 112-3 90 94 5 36 571-11.9

Reynolds' Career Highs
Points--32 vs. Miami (3/10/05); Rebounds--7 on three occasions; FG Made--10 vs. Miami (3/10/05), vs. Maryland (3/5/06); FG Att.--20 on three occasions; 3 Pt. FG Made--5 vs. Miami (3/10/05), vs. Loyola (12/23/05); 3 Pt. FG Att.--11 vs. Florida State (1/11/06), vs. Maryland (2/7/06); FT Made--12 vs. North Carolina (3/10/06); FT Att.--14 vs. North Carolina (3/10/06); Assists--12 vs. Virginia Tech (2/11/06); Turnovers--6 vs. Georgia Tech (12/4/05); Blocks--3 vs. Iowa State (12/6/04); Steals--3 on four occasions Minutes--41 vs. Virginia Tech (2/11/06)