Oceanside (Calif.) quarterback Jordan Wynn has been one of our favorite signal callers for over a year now. Wynn, 6-2, 175 pounds led his team to a Div II state title a year ago and picked up two more offers this past week.
As a junior, Wynn threw for 2,589 yards and 21 touchdowns to earn all-league, all-county, all-city and second team all-state underclass honors. The quarterback has all the tools to excel at the next level and had very impressive performances at the NIKE Camp at Stanford and Elite 11 regional workout in Berkeley the day before.
On the recruiting front, Utah, San Diego State and Iowa State jumped in with early offers and two ore schools have now been added to that mix.
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"I just got offered by New Mexico and Colorado State," Wynn said. "I was very excited about both schools and have a high interest in both right now. The two are similar in that they both like to spread teams out and I think the depth chart is pretty favorable at both schools right now as well.
"I still plan on taking some unofficial visits this summer but I have no idea where right now. I'm just going to keep things open because I still have a lot of schools that are recruiting me pretty hard. Louisville and Wake Forest are both coming on real strong and I'm hearing from Arizona state, Nevada and San Jose State too.
"Ever since (Richard) Brehaut committed to UCLA, more schools have contacted me so I think it's kind of like the domino affect right now. Once one guy commits, schools will recruit other players on their list and that's what I see happening with me right now."