Entering his senior campaign, Scottie Reynolds was 624 points away from eclipsing Kerry Kittles as Villanova's All-time Leading Scorer.
On September 9th, we asked our readers if they thought he could do it.
The results were surprising in that it reflected only 37% of our readership thought that #1 would indeed become... #1.
23 games into the 2010 season, Reynolds is averaging 18.8 points a game and has amassed 433 points. Scottie needs only 190 to match Kittles' record.
At Worst: there are 7 Conference games remaining, 1 BIG EAST Tournament game and 1 NCAA Game. He would need to average 21.2 over those 9 games for the record. If Villanova is to play in 12 more games, Reynolds would need to average 15.9. Ideally with 7 conference games, 3 BE Tournament games, and 6 NCAA Games Scottie would only need to average 11.9.
So now, do you think Reynolds will leave Villanova as the All Time Leading Scorer?