Oceanside (Calif.) quarterback Jordan Wynn isn't talked about as much as some of the other signal callers from the Golden State but he's definitely among the top players at his position in the region. Wynn picked up offer No. 3 Tuesday from a school in his own backyard.
Wynn, 6-2, 175 pounds led his team to a Div II state title a year ago and is a very talented signal caller. He threw for 2,589 yards and 21 touchdowns to earn all-league, all-county, all-city and second team all-state underclass honors.
His first offer came from Utah and then Iowa State followed suit.
"San Diego State just offered me Tuesday," Wynn said. "I've been to a lot of their practices and I like the school a lot there. It's close to home and I like the program and the coaching staff.
"Things are really picking up lately and it's been pretty exciting. UCLA, UNLV and Oregon State have all come by the school and Coach K at Boise State told me they're 99.9% sure they're going to be offering me as well. I'll believe it when I see it of course but right now, I'm just looking forward to see what happens with all these schools.
"I'm really high on Utah right now. The recruiting process is such a roller coaster ride but Utah has always been real with me and I appreciate that about them. I'm just looking to see where I'll be the most comfortable. I plan on checking out some schools in the summer but I just want to look at the schools that have offered since those are the ones that are the most interested in me."
Wynn will be attending the Elite 11 workout at Cal and the NIKE Camp at Stanford the following day later this month.