With two years of eligibility remaining, Florida native and former Temple Owls sophomore center Jamille Reynolds recently revealed his decision to join the Cincinnati Bearcats.
Reynolds started his career at Central Florida before transferring to Temple last season, where he averaged 10.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game on 60.4 percent shooting from the field.
Following the recent departure of senior guard Jeremiah Davenport, the Bearcats are also hoping to add back to back CAA Player of the Year and former Hofstra point guard Aaron Estrada.
Make sure to stay tuned for the latest transfer portal updates and most recent recruiting rumors as Wes Miller’s team looks to bring in more depth heading into the inaugural Big 12 campaign.
Cincinnati Basketball: Reacting to recent commitment from Temple transfer center Jamille Reynolds
After entering the transfer portal last month, Reynolds reportedly received interest from Kansas, Mississippi State, South Carolina and several others before eventually landing on the Bearcats.
"“I chose Cincy because as soon as I stepped on campus, it felt like home. Them going to the Big 12 was a big thing for me and they needed someone to come lead the team so I decided to take that role. Coach Wes Miller is one of the most genuine coaches I ever met. Usually the assistant coaches do all the recruiting but coach Miller was there from day one as the head coach trying his hardest to get me.”"