In competition Friday, Reynolds won a Division 1 state title in the long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 11 inches.
Reynolds could win four state titles this weekend; he will compete in three events Saturday. He is the defending state champion in the triple jump and a heavy favorite to repeat. He will also compete in the 100-meter dash and the 400 relay.
Reynolds won his heat in the 100 Friday, and is the No. 2 qualifier heading into Saturday's finals. His 11.00 time was just three-hundredths of a second behind the day's top finisher, Milwaukee Marshall's Quentin Luttrell.
Oak Creek's 400 relay, for which Reynolds runs the anchor leg, also won its heat Friday, and is the No. 4 qualifier for Saturday's final, after posting a 42.92.
Joining Reynolds on Oak Creek's 400 relay is sophomore Robert Lee, a running back who is one of the better class of 2008 prospects in Wisconsin. Lee also qualified fifth for the 200 final, with a time of 22.53.
Clay, one of the nation's top football prospects, ran the anchor leg on Park's 400 relay, which qualified seventh with a time of 43.36.
Germantown's Wallace is favored to win three state championships tomorrow, having qualified No. 1 in the open 200 and on the 400 and 1,600 relays.
Wallace won his heat in the 200 in 22.03 seconds, three-hundredths faster than the 22.06 Luttrell posted in winning his heat. Wallace also ran the anchor on Germantown's 400 (42.68) and 1,600 (3:19.74) relays.
Justin Belotti helped Kenosha Bradford qualify for Saturday finals in the 400 and 800 relay. Belotti, a defensive back/wide receiver prospect, ran the anchor on Bradford's 400 relay (qualified ninth in 43.55) and the third leg on the 800 relay (qualified eighth in 1:30.92).
Shoreland Lutheran wide receiver Ben Johnson is seeded No. 13 in the Division 2 long jump, which takes place Saturday.
The Division 2 and 3 competition began at 3 p.m. Friday. Platteville athlete Louis Nzegwu went into the meet slated to run the first leg of the 800 relay, and could qualify for a Saturday final.
University of Wisconsin football signees Lance Kendricks of Milwaukee King and Gabe Carimi of Monona Grove will compete Saturday. Kendricks, the state runner-up in the triple jump last year, is seeded No. 9 in the event this season. Carimi is seeded 15th in the discus.
Diondrae Jenkins, another UW football signee, is an alternate on Racine Park's 800 relay, which qualified sixth.