Cincinnati Bearcats center Jamille Reynolds is on the verge of playing his former program in a matchup with the UCF Knights this weekend!
Reynolds started his career with two seasons at UCF before moving onto Temple then opting to transfer to Cincinnati this past offseason.
The Florida product was a 3-star prospect from Lakewood High School per 247 Sports and went onto appear in 45 games with the Knights.
With a chance to take on his previous school, Reynolds will look to make an impact and help lead the Bearcats to a critical Big 12 victory.
Cincinnati Basketball: Jamille Reynolds prepares to face his former program
Cincinnati fell to 13-6 following a narrow loss at Big 12 favorite Kansas, while UCF improved to 12-6 with a win over West Virginia on Tuesday.
It will be important for the Bearcats to avoid a poor shooting performance and stop UCF from creating quality looks on a consistent basis.
Reynolds compiled a season-high 14 points in a win over Stetson last month before racking up 11 points and three rebounds against Texas.
Wes Miller’s team should be able to get back in the win column but UCF’s dynamite backcourt duo will definitely be difficult to slow down!