There should be a pretty solid group of quarterbacks in California as part of the class of 2009. One player having a very nice season who we feel projects as a Div I prospect next fall is Oceanside (Calif.) signal caller Jordan Wynn.
Wynn, 6-1, 165 pounds is definitely someone to keep an eye out for when talking about next year's top group of quarterbacks. Oceanside coach John Carroll first told us about Wynn a few weeks before the NIKE Camp at Stanford back in April and said the signal caller had a very high upside and was a definite Div I kid.
Wynn performed well at the NIKE Camp and is having an excellent junior season thus far. In six games, Wynn has completed 90-144 passes for 1,471 yards and nine touchdowns. Oceanside is currently 5-1 and ranked as the No. 3 team in the state in the Div II rankings.
On the recruiting front, Wynn is hearing from several schools and already has a good idea of what schools he wants to visit.
"The school's I'm hearing the most from right now are Purdue, Wisconsin, Stanford, Iowa State, Connecticut and Cal," Wynn said. "I don't have a favorite school right now but some of the ones I'm most interested in are Cal, Stanford, Oregon, Purdue, Iowa, Wisconsin, UCLA and Miami.
"IN the summer, I'm planning to do a Midwest camp circuit and a Pac 10 one as well. I want to camp with Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State and Notre Dame and then also check out Stanford, Cal, Oregon and UCLA. I'll also attend the NIKE Camp and Elite 11 workout as well.
"Right now, I'm just looking for a school where I can come in and hopefully play early, location will play a small role as well and a school that is strong academically. I want to find a place that will set me up for success in the world and not just in football. As for making an early commitment, I would like wait for all my options to develop and then sit down and talk with both my father and coach Carroll to decide what to do."