WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Ever since he showed up at Wake Forest, seemingly everyone has been waiting for Orville Reynolds to reach his potential.
Especially Orville Reynolds.
Now back at his natural position of running back, the 5-foot-9 senior has one last chance to live up to the big-play reputation that created buzz before his 2011 arrival.
His redshirt was burned late in his freshman season, and he dabbled at receiver during mostly two years of spot duty.
Now he's hoping to make the most of his only season under new coach Dave Clawson.
The native of Coral Springs, Florida, says ''it couldn't have been a better time for everything to work out.''

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