Stanford safety Ed Reynolds has been named the Lott IMPACT Player of the Week in an announcement from the Foundation on Monday.
The 6-foot-2, 206-pound senior from Orange Park, Fla., had a team-high 12 tackles and one interception in fifth-ranked Stanford's 34-13 victory over San Jose State on Saturday night.
In recognition of Reynolds' performance, the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation, sponsors of the Lott IMPACT Trophy, will make a $1,000 donation to the general scholarship fund at Stanford.
"He (Reynolds) is one of the best safeties in the nation," said Stanford Coach David Shaw. "He's proven that. We count on him to be smart and be a good communicator."
Reynolds led the Pac-12 with six interceptions last season and is on all preseason All-American teams.
Stanford's game against visiting Arizona State on Sept. 21 will kick off at 4 p.m., and will be broadcast live nationally on FOX.
On the heels of its season-opening victory over San Jose State in front of a sold-out crowd of 50,424, Stanford ticket sales have continued at a rapid pace. As of Tuesday morning, all mini-plans are now sold out in addition to individual tickets for the Nov. 7 Oregon game being sold out.
Tickets for UCLA and Notre Dame previously sold out and only limited quantities remain for the Arizona State (Sept. 21, 4 p.m.), Washington (Oct. 5) and Cal (Nov. 23) games.
Palo Alto High grad Davante Adams of Fresno State
caught a five-yard touchdown pass in the Bulldogs' 41-25 victory over visiting Cal Poly on Saturday night. The TD reception gives him 10 straight games, dating to last season, where he caught at least one touchdown pass -- the longest such streak in the nation.
Menlo School grad Jerry Rice Jr. made his debut with UNLV on Saturday, catching one pass for six yards during a 58-13 loss to Arizona. Rice originally attended UCLA before transferring.