Dallas Reynolds came to BYU as an all-state and all-region performer from Timpview High School in Utah. He started in 50 games as a Cougar and helped BYU to a 38-13 overall record. As a junior Reynolds did not allow a single sack against a MWC opponent and was part of an offensive unit that led the conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense. He also contributed to BYU's No. 2 nationally ranked third-down conversion percentage in 2008. Reynolds received national and conference recognition and was named to three All-American teams. See the season summary tabs below and the recognition and stats tabs for more details.
Signed free agent deal with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009
Son of Lance and Leslie Reynolds ... father, Lance is the associate head football coach and running backs coach at BYU; also a former BYU offensive lineman and NFL player ... older brother, Lance, played center for the Cougars ... younger brother, Matt, signed a National Letter of Intent to play offensive line for the Cougars after returning from his Church mission in Germany ... youngest brother Houston has also signed to play for BYU after serving a mission in Germany ... served a Church mission to Seattle, Washington ... married to Suzanne Steele ... daughter Sharae ... recruited by Stanford, Arizona, Ohio State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Colorado and Oregon ... an Eagle Scout.
Player Chat: August 7, 2008
A two-time Deseret News First Team All-State selection ... a two-time all-region performer ... a SuperPrep All-Midlands selection ... a PrepStar Magazine All-Region selection ... team captain as a senior at Timpview HS.
Earned letterman honors as a freshman ... named a freshman All-American by Rivals.com (second team) and Sporting News (third team) ... named the team offensive rookie of the year ... started in all 12 games ... helped anchor an offensive unit that averaged 33.0 points per game, second in the MWC, and 462.4 total yards per game, second in the MWC and 13th in the nation, including 152.3 yards rushing and 310.1 yards passing ... named a freshman All-American by Rivals.com (second team) and Sporting News (third team).
Started all 13 games for the Cougars, including three games at right tackles and 10 games at left tackle ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation) ... helped lead the Cougars to a league-best 277 first downs during the season ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 56.6 regular-season third-down conversion percentage (3rd in the nation) ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents ... part of an offensive line that helped the Cougars to an average 36.7 points per game (5th in the nation).
Started all 13 games at left tackle ... has started 38 straight games, including 12 starts as a freshman and 13 starts last season as a sophomore ... recorded over 50 knock-down blocks on the season, including nine against Wyoming ... did not allow a single sack against a MWC opponent ... recorded a season-high 94% grade against Air Force and a 91% grade in the Cougars' 35-10 win over Wyoming ... graded out with an 80% or better in each of the Cougars' 13 games on the season ... anchors an offensive line that has provided pass protection for the nation's 15th-ranked offense ... part of an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... also led the MWC and ranked 25th nationally in total offense, averaging 442.8 yards per game ... part of an offensive unit that helped the Cougars lead the Mountain West with an average 30.1 points per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game.
Named to the All-MWC First Team ... College Football News Third Team All-American ... a 2008 Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award candidate ... earned letterman honors as a senior ... started all 13 games in 2008 at center for an offensive unit that led the conference and ranked No. 6 nationally in passing per game (310.38) and No. 16 in total offense (444.77) ... started all 51 games of his collegiate career, including each position ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 55.7 third-down conversion percentage on the season (2nd in the nation).