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Luke Reynolds
Luke  Reynolds


Forest, Miss.

Last College:
Mississippi State

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215



Collected Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for 2017 Fall semester.

2017 (Jr.): Transfer from Mississippi State and had to sit out due to NCAA rules…Played for the Upper Valley Nighthawks of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, posting a .306 batting average (33x108) with 10 doubles, four home runs and 25 RBI…Helped the Nighthawks to the NECBL playoffs and was a member of the North All-Stars, hitting a two-run homer in one of his two at bats in the exhibition affair…Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll during both 2017 Spring semester as well as the 2016 Fall semester.

2016 (Mississippi State, Jr.): Did not see any action…2015 (Mississippi State, So.): Hit .304 in 35 games played, tallying 28 hits, 21 walks, 15 runs, 12 RBIs and six doubles in 92 at-bats...Started 20 games (17 at designated hitter and three at third base)...Raked at a .370 clip with a .452 on-base percentage in 16 SEC games played (10 starts)...Hit .429 with six RBIs and four doubles in 13 games away from home... Finished the final stretch of SEC play as one of the hottest hitters in the league, ending the regular season on a season-long 10-game hitting streak...Hit .500 (20 for 40) with seven RBIs and four doubles during the tear after beginning the season hitting just .154 (8x52)...Tallied three hits, three walks and an RBI, May 14-16, in the final series of the season at Tennessee...Played summer ball for the Lima Locos of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League...Named a GLSCL All-Star...Member of the All-GLSCL Second Team...Led the Locos to a league championship after hitting .350 (7 for 20) in five playoff games...Hit .344 in 128 at-bats and tied for sixth in the league in runs scored (29) and doubles (12)...Played in 36 games total, tallying 20 RBIs, 10 walks, three stolen bases, a triple and a home run...Named the 11th-best MLB prospect in the GLSCL by Perfect Game.

Junior College: Played in the National Junior College Athletic Association national championship game at the NJCAA World Series in Enid, Oklahoma, where he tallied a hit, walk and an RBI...Earned first-team all-state honors in his only year of junior college...Hit .376 in 59 games with a team-high 63 runs, 36 walks, 35 RBIs, 14 doubles, 14 stolen bases, five triples and five stolen bases.

Prep: Named first-team all-state in 2012 and 2013 as well as second-team all-state in 2011...Hit .615 as a senior with 41 RBIs, 38 runs, eight home runs and a .670 on-base percentage...Raked at a .535 clip with 33 RBIs, 31 runs and two homers as a junior...Collected 40 hits (.415) with 21 driven in and 39 runs as a sophomore...Hit .333 in his freshman campaign with 33 runs on 30 hits, driving in 10...Earned second-team all-state honors in 2012...Earned first-team all-state honors in tennis in 2013...Won a state championship in football in 2010 and earned second-team all-state honors in 2012...Also played soccer.

Personal: Full name is Luke Andrew Reynolds...Son of Cindy and Randy Reynolds...Has two siblings, Matt and Nate Reynolds.

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