Wynn Brings Da Noise Off The Edge

Wynn Brings Da Noise Off The Edge

The south is always full of outstanding athletes and one that is attracting a lot of attention from southern schools is Georgia Military College DE Jarius Wynn. He had offers out of high school, but grades sent him on the two-year route. Big #98 is planning on a huge sophomore campaign for the Bulldogs.

"I didn't take care of things my freshman year in high school and I paid for it," Wynn (6-5, 270) told JCFootball.com.  "I had offers from South Carolina State and a few SEC and ACC schools wanted to offer me, but with my grades they never could.

"Now I'm good to go academically and I am ready to go this fall."

Wynn helped lead his high school squad from Lincoln County High School in Lincolnton, Georgia to a winning record as a senior and continued that success with the Bulldogs last year.

"We went to the championship game, but lost," Wynn said.  "This year I want to win it all and then do the same thing at the next school I go to."

Currently Wynn sports an offer from South Carolina and is hearing from a plethora of ACC and SEC schools.

"LSU, South Carolina, Georgia, Oklahoma State, Mississippi State, Auburn, Miami, Florida State, North Carolina and Alabama have all sent me stuff," Wynn said.  "I'm open to everyone right now, but I want to stay in the south so my family can see me.  Plus I'm used to the heat down here and I want to play in as warm of a place as I can."

Wynn runs the forty in 4.9 seconds and recently put up 225 pounds 24 times.  He's also pretty explosive, sporting a 32-inch vertical.

So what are the criteria for wherever he ends up committing to?

"I want a place that can give me a good education and hopefully a place that I can have good advisors and people to make sure I'm getting all the work and classes done I need to," Wynn said.  "Then it has to be about the football program and if it's a winning program that develops players well."

"I want to win and I want to help a team win.  I need to be on the field because it's too hard standing on the sidelines."

Wynn will have three years to play two and plans to take his trips in the fall before he graduates in December.

 

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