2009-10 Football
1 Da'Jaun Manning DB
2 Anthony Allen DB
3 Cody McCallister DB
4 Daniel Dayton WR
5 Ervin Young RB
6 Chris Simpson DB
7 Travis Carter RB
8 Mike Moore WR
9 Curt Bureau QB
10 Christian Burnett QB
11 Kenny Sallis TE
12 Zack Ducker WR
13 Nick Sasser K
14 Derek Loftis QB
15 Jake Ledbetter QB
16 Rob Johnson DB
17 Josh Crouch WR
18 Connor McChurch DB
19 Curtis Williams DB
20 Ronez Harris RB
21 Tim McCord FB
22 Jermaine Strong DB
23 Allanté McLemore DB
24 Mark Gibson WR
25 Marcus Shropshire RB
26 Robert Scales RB
27 Colin Vaughn DB
28 Kelsea Fordham RB
29 Cordero Rowland DB
30 Thomas Goodloe RB
31 Adam Wiss LB
32 Michael Hagewood FS
33 Ken Dixon RB
34 Lemeco Miller RB
35 Marcus Thompson FB
36 Aaron Brown DB
37 Michael Shannon DB
38 Stephon Ransom LB
39 Ronald Allen LB
40 Dwain Harris DL
41 Todd Holman LB
42 Mitch McChurch FB
43 Barrett Barnett LB
44 Josh Smith DL
45 Chad Weathers LB
46 Chris Miles LB
47 Jacob Barker LB
48 Randal Sanderson LB
49 Melvin Armstrong FB
50 Kevin Stephens OL
51 Ben Miller LB
52 Dustin McCarter OL
53 Clay House DL
54 Josh Southall OL
55 Sam Greene OL
56 Jeremy Hurford OL
57 Cody Anderson LB
58 Taylor Hicks OL
59 Victor Harned LB
60 Dustin Allen OL
61 Steven Clemons LB
62 Trey Walker OL
63 Darren Thomas OL
64 Jesse Hall OL
66 William Judson OL
67 Evan Johnson OL
68 Zane Perry OL
69 Brent Hughes DL
70 Cody Duncan OL
71 Josh Madden OL
74 Dondre Young OL
75 Ryan Wood OL
76 Eli Stephenson OL
78 Curtis Crutchfield OL
79 Carson Clemons OL
81 Courtland Styles, Jr. WR
82 Jonathan Woodard WR
83 Chris Eads WR
85 Creigh Hall ATH
86 Mitch Reynolds TE
87 Ryan Slack TE
88 DeJeay Woods WR
89 Kevin Smithson TE
90 Kevin Whaley DL
91 Simon Moriarty DL
92 Collin Urenda DE
93 Derrick Wilson DL
94 Greg Smith DL
95 Jacob Hill
96 Corey Hamilton DL
97 Mark Hart DL
98 Justin Cox FL
99 Yue Wang K
Jason Bawgus DL
Brandon Bennett DB
Jacob Brown LB
James Coffey OL
Jacob Cokkinias DB
Jeremy Hildebrant OL
Kwamane Howard RB
Isaac Hulan DB
Deonta Johnson LB
Justin Oubre DL
Matthew Shanes DB
Spenser Tope DL
Chase Weathers QB
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Mitch Reynolds

#86 Mitch Reynolds

HT. 6-3
WT. 227

2010 (SENIOR): Voted Honorable Mention All-America by the Victory Sports Network and First Team All-Mid-South Conference West Division ... Named Daktronics NAIA National Scholar-Athlete and Mid-South Conference Scholar-Athlete ... Played in all 11 contests with 10 starts at tight end, making 30 catches, second best on the squad, and led the team with 427 yards receiving and five touchdowns ... Caught one pass for 10 yards in season opener at Austin Peay and one for six yards versus Campbellsville Univ. ... Made three catches for 35 yards at Kentucky Christian and three for 16 yards against West Virginia Tech ... Posted one reception for 35 yards versus Lindsey Wilson ... Caught six passes for 75 yards with a 20-yard touchdown reception at Faulkner Univ. ... Posted one catch for 13 yards at Bethel Univ. ... Made five catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns against Union College, including 20- and 28-yard TD receptions ... Recorded two catches for 16 yards versus Belhaven Univ. ... Set career-highs with seven receptions for 123 yards and two scores at the Univ. of the Cumberlands, including 31- and 33-yard TD catches.

2009 (JUNIOR): Voted First Team All-Mid-South Conference West Division ... Named NAIA Daktronics National Scholar-Athlete and Mid-South Conference Scholar-Athlete ... Led team with 24 receptions for 235 yards and two touchdowns ... Collected 11-yard TD catch, his first career touchdown, versus Campbellsville Univ. ... Totaled four receptions for 65 yards at Shorter, including season-long 35-yard catch and 16-yard TD catch with four seconds left to claim the victory.

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Named Mid-South Conference Scholar-Athlete ... Played in all 11 games, recording 24 catches for 247 yards ... Posted season-high six receptions for 51 yards against the Univ. of the Cumberlands ... Registered three receptions at Chattanooga, at Georgetown College and versus Kentucky Christian.

2007 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in one game, catching one pass for two yards at Bethel College.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner for John Fulkerson at Knox Karns HS ... Named All-Region ... Leading receiver on team ... Also lettered three years in basketball.

PERSONAL: Mitchell John Reynolds ... Son of Sam and Eula Reynolds ... Born June 20, 1988 ... Majoring in Biology ... Father played baseball and football at Marietta College ... Brother, Lee, played football at Northern Iowa ... Brother, Matt, played baseball at Austin Peay and currently plays in Colorado Rockies organization.