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Posted at 12:32 PM ET, 02/ 2/2011

National Signing Day 2011: St. John's lineman Kevin McReynolds signs with UCLA

By Washington Post editors

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Kevin McReynolds / St. John's defensive lineman / 6-foot-3, 300 pounds

St. John's defensive tackle Kevin McReynolds is bound for UCLA. He had narrowed his choices to the Bruins, Kansas State, Syracuse and Mississippi State.

McReynolds missed half of this past season because of an ankle injury, but he is still considered among the nation's top prospects because of his size and agility for a player who is 6 feet 3 and 300 pounds.

Video of Kevin McReynolds discussing his final list of schools.
Feature story on Kevin McReynolds and his use of Twitter and Facebook.

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By Washington Post editors  | February 2, 2011; 12:32 PM ET
Categories:  Football, Kevin McReynolds, St. John's  
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