Jack Reynoso
Jack  Reynoso


Loomis, Calif.

High School:
Del Oro HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 280

Defensive Line



33 Wolf Pack student-athletes to graduate

13 sports represented in this semester's class


Wolf Pack Falls to No. 10 Seminoles, 62-7

Tyler Stewart played the second half, completing 7 of 15 passes for 49 yards.


Preseason accolades rolling in for Pack players

Six named to All-MW team by Athlon Sports


Fajardo Shines as Blue Tops Silver in Spring Game

Great crowd on a beautiful day at Mackay Stadium


Scrimmage Report: Defense Has Strong Performance

Pack defense notches four turnovers in second scrimmage of the spring


Jack Reynoso talks to the media

Jack Reynoso talks to the media following the Pack's win over UNLV.


Nevada vs. New Mexico

Nevada vs. New Mexico Photo Gallery

2013: Returns for his senior season as a key cog in the Wolf Pack's experienced defensive front ... Named third-team Preseason All-MW by Athlon Sports.
2012: Battled injuries but played in 10 games with eight starts on the defensive front ... Recovered a fumble in the season-opening win at Cal ... Recorded a tackle for loss against Northwestern State and then another in the comeback win at UNLV ... Set a career high with 10 tackles against Air Force ... Named to the Preseason All-Mountain West Team, one of four Wolf Pack players voted to the squad ... Named to Preseason All-MW First Team by College Football Madness ... Named to Preseason All-MW second Team by the Athlon Sports ... Named to Preseason All-MW Second Team by the Phil Steele ... Named to Preseason All-MW Second Team by Lindy's.
2011: Rose up the depth chart in fall camp to secure a starting job to open the season ... Started each of the first eight games at defensive tackle and was having an all-conference-caliber season before suffering a broken leg at New Mexico State ... Finished the season with 24 tackles, including 4.0 for a loss and 2.0 sacks in those eight games ... First TFL of the year was at Texas Tech ... Recorded a pair of sacks in the rivalry win against UNLV ... Also had a TFL against Fresno State ... Set a season high with six tackles against San Jose State and matched that against UNLV.
2010: Played in a three games and was credited with one tackle, which came against Colorado State ... Converted to the defensive front after spending his first season on the offensive line.
2009: Provided depth on the offensive line in his first full season with the Wolf Pack ... Did not play and used the season as a redshirt year but made the travel squad for the Sheraton Hawai`i Bowl ... Signed with Nevada in the spring of 2008 but delayed enrollment until the spring of 2009 to preserve a season of eligibility.

High School
A graduate of Del Oro High School in Loomis, Calif. ... Was a four-year letterwinner for coach Casey Taylor ... Helped team to Sierra Foothill League Championships in 2006 and 2007 ... Was a first-team All-Sierra Foothill League selection both seasons ... Was a second-team All-Sacramento Metro pick ... Invited to the Sac Area Blitz 3 Holiday Classic and Sacramento Optimist all-star games ... As a junior and senior, combined for 118 tackles, 13.5 sacks and four blocked PATs ... Also lettered one season in basketball.

Born Jack Bryan Reynoso on Dec. 5, 1989 in Arcadia, Calif. ... Son of Rick and Jan Reynoso ... Has a younger sister, Kelsey ... Plans to major in criminal justice and wants to be a firefighter ... Chose Nevada because of the integrity and stability of the coaching staff ... Was also recruited by Air Force, Wyoming and Weber State ... Lists sports heroes as Kobe Bryant and Tom Brady ... Enjoys weight training, fishing and white-water rafting in his free time.

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