Nivins led St. Joe's by averaging 16.6 points and 7.5 rebounds per game and was voted first-team all-Atlantic Ten Conference last season. He shot 63.1 percent from the field.
Reynolds was named Big East Conference rookie of the year after averaging 14.8 points and making 64 three-point baskets as a freshman.
Among the other players hoping to land a spot on the Team USA roster are North Carolina's Wayne Ellington, a sophomore guard from Episcopal Academy, and North Carolina State forward Brandan Costner, son of former St. Joe's star Tony Costner.
Also trying out for the team are: Jon Brockman (Washington), Brian Butch (Wisconsin), Josh Carter (Texas A&M), Mario Chalmers (Kansas), Sherron Collins (Kansas), Eric Devendorf (Syracuse), Joey Dorsey (Memphis), Randal Falker (Southern Illinois), Shan Foster (Vanderbilt), Alonzo Gee (Alabama), James Gist (Maryland), Richard Hendrix (Alabama), Roy Hibbert (Georgetown), Maarty Leunen (Oregon), Chris Lofton (Tennessee), Derrick Low (Washington State), Wesley Matthews (Marquette), Eric Maynor (Virginia Commonwealth), Jerel McNeal (Marquette), Tasmin Mitchell (LSU), Drew Neitzel (Michigan State), DeMarcus Nelson (Duke), Jon Scheyer (Duke), Bryce Taylor (Oregon), Kyle Weaver (Washington State), and D.J. White (Indiana).
The selections for the trials were made by the USA Basketball men's collegiate committee, chaired by Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim. Alabama coach Mark Gottfried and Yale coach James Jones will assist Wright.
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