While relatively few colleges have had the opportunity to watch Jawaun Wynn at length it's a virtual certainty that will take place in the coming months.
First of all, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound wide receiver plans on hitting the summer camp circuit with a full head of steam. Secondly, Piscataway annually produces some of the most talent in the Garden State, so coaches will be zeroed in on him from the start of his senior season until the finish.
Wynn recently picked up an offer from Bryant, but is hoping for offers from Division I schools.
"Everything's going pretty well," Wynn explained. "I got the offer from Bryant University. So far coaches have been coming up to the school to get my transcripts. I'm gonna hit up some camps this summer."
Wynn said he plans on camping at Pitt, UConn, Rutgers, Syracuse and Temple. Those five schools happen to be his five favorites.
"I'd say those right there are about the same. They've been recruiting me the most. I've been hearing from them all. They all came and got my transcripts, and they've all asked me to come down for camps."
Wynn has already had the opportunity to check out some of those schools first-hand.
"I went down to Pitt for their junior day and a practice," he recalled. "UConn ... I went down there to visit for a practice. I went to a Rutgers practice and a Syracuse junior day. I didn't go to Temple yet but I'm gonna go there a little before their camp.
"They all just heard about me from numerous events and combines. They all like my size and all that. They just want me to come down to their camps. Depending on how I do hopefully I'll get some offers."