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Best of 2004: Scottie Reynolds

There's a lot of hoopla surrounding Reynolds' basketball talent.

Shooting Star. When he was eight, Scottie Reynolds used a floodlight to shoot hoops into the night. Now the Herndon High junior is one of the country's top shooters, and the NCAA's best schools are calling. A 2004 All-Met, Reynolds was the area's only nonsenior to make one of the top three teams. Competing against the nation's best players last summer, the six-foot point guard earned the highest ranking among juniors at the Reebok ABCD Camp. He's already received scholarship offers from Michigan, Oklahoma, and North Carolina State–and no one thinks he'll stop there.

Washingtonian staff contributing to this section were Chuck Conconi, Sherri Dalphonse, Susan Davidson, Mary Clare Fleury, Cynthia Hacinli, Thomas Head, Stephanie Jones, Ann Limpert, Drew Lindsay, Chad Lorenz, Leslie Milk, William O'Sullivan, Cindy Rich, and Jeremy Stahl.  Also contributing were writers Cathy Alter, Ann Cochran, and Jenny Sullivan.