Langston Reynolds, who is the #1 ranked 2022 player in the state of Colorado is continuing to gain some traction on the recruiting trail. Reynolds has picked up numerous offers and also has interest from some power conference programs across the country. Reynolds is a 6′ 4″ combo guard with tremendous athleticism.

Reynolds broke down his recruitment with us including going in-depth on the schools heavily involved:

What schools are recruiting you the hardest?

“The schools recruiting me the hardest are Utah, Montana, Minnesota, Tulsa, Missouri, and Northern Arizona.”

How would you describe your style of play?

“I would describe my style of play as a two-way combo guard.”

Do you have any visits scheduled (official or unofficial)?

“I just finished an unofficial visit with Utah this past weekend, and I have official visits set up with Montana and Northern Arizona in September.”

What are some teams showing interest that haven’t offered yet?

“Missouri, Utah, Minnesota, and New Mexico”

What school, if any, have you not heard from yet that you would like to hear from in the future?

“I would like to hear from Florida State in the future.”

When do you expect to make a decision?

“I will decide around December or January.”


Reynolds then gave a breakdown of each school that is currently heavily involved in his recruitment:

Missouri- I love how honest they are with me. I love coach Martin and what he believes in me and what I bring.

Montana- I love the whole coaching staff and how they make me feel a part of the team already, and what they like that I bring.

Tulsa- I really like coach Haith and the vision he has for me at Tulsa and what he and the coaching staff want for me.

Minnesota- I love the energy there. If I went there it would be like back at home. Love the coaching staff as well.

Utah- They show me so much love. They have an amazing coaching staff and I love the way they treat me as a player and person.

Northern Arizona- I love the staff over there. They show lots of love and support me on and off the court.

It will be interesting to monitor Reynolds recruitment over the next few months and see what’s in store for the #1 2022 player in the state of Colorado.