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NOKIA SUGAR BOWL GEORGIA VS WEST VIRGINIA
West Virginia wide receiver Darius Reynaud (2) is brought down short of the goal line in the first quarter of the Nokia Sugar Bowl in AtlantaÕs Georgia Dome, January 2, 2006. Georgia defender Tra Battle lost his helmet on the play. West Virginia defeated Georgia 38-35. (UPI Photo/John Dickerson).
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Darius Reynaud (born December 29, 1985 in Luling, Louisiana) is an American football wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was signed by the Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 2008. He played college football at West Virginia.

Reynaud was born to Katrina and Michael Reynaud. Reynaud was awarded the St. Charles parish offensive MVP award in highschool after leading Hahnville High School to an undefeated record and the state championship as a senior. He recorded 236 carries for 1,889 yards (1,727 m) and 37 touchdowns as a Running back his senior season, with nine 100-yard (91 m) rushing games. His stats earned him First-team All-State, All-District, All-6-5A and All-River Parish honors. He also was the Louisiana state long jump champion with a 24.5' jump.

Although he was an offensive and long jump star in high school, Reynaud only received scholarship offers from Indiana and West Virginia. He eventually signed as one of the last recruits with the Mountaineers.

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