Wynn ready for Oregon State

Dylan Wynn has been committed to Oregon State since early August, never wavered, never really looked at any other programs and after taking his official visit to Corvallis last weekend there will be no change in his status.
The three-star defensive end from Concord (Calif.) De La Salle loves the Beavers and the program and he's sticking with them on National Signing Day.
"It was great," Wynn said about his visit. "I liked everything. I figured out when I am coming out here, it was a great experience because I got to hang out with my future teammates and a lot of guys who are probably going to come to our class so it was a lot of fun.
"It's nice knowing when I got here things just clicked. All the guys I met, everyone was friendly right away. I have some pretty good friends after being here for 10 minutes."
Colorado State, Fresno State, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, San Diego State, Washington State, Cal Poly, Ohio and others had offered Wynn but the 6-foot-3, 234-pound prospect found everything he wanted at Oregon State and got the recruiting process over before his senior year started.
It's a big pickup for the Beavers.
Wynn, a super-aggressive defensive player, was the MVP at the Palo Alto NIKE Camp and was on the cusp of becoming a four-star prospect. rates him as the No. 25 strong-side defensive end nationally and No. 33 in the California state rankings.
After finishing his senior season undefeated and winning the state title, Wynn has turned his attention to Oregon State. He's planning to arrive in Corvallis in mid-June to start getting ready for classes and football.
"I think I'm trying to come out around June 14," Wynn said. "I'm definitely coming in for the Bridge Program. It's kind of like a summer school thing but it gets you acclimated into the program. You take three classes and you have practice."