Wynn, Renaud plan Oregon State trip

Dylan Wynn and Blake Renaud are expected to visit Oregon State on Tuesday and it could be an important trip especially if they both like the campus and what the coaching staff has to offer.
Wynn and Renaud, teammates at Concord (Calif.) De La Salle, are strongly considering going to college together and Oregon State could be the landing spot. The only other school to offer both is Ohio but it's considered a long shot at this point.
"My last trip is going to be to Oregon State, I'm going with my teammate Blake Renaud, and we're going to check that out and figure out what we want to do from there," Wynn said.
"(Going to school together is) absolutely being considered. We still have to figure out what we both want to do but it's part of the reason why we're both going to Oregon State's campus at the same time."
Nothing has been finalized though and Wynn, a three-star defensive end who shined at the Palo Alto NIKE Camp, said a lot depends on how he and Renaud, a three-star linebacker, enjoy their time in Corvallis.
"It depends if he likes it, it depends on how I think it compares to Oklahoma State and other campuses that I've been to," Wynn said. "I want to figure out what I need in a school, not what I want in a school. This is going to be a big part in the decision of what we're going to do from here."
Oklahoma State is also high on Wynn's list and this summer he visited with the Cowboys and liked the campus. He also went to Cal and Nebraska but is unsure if either program will offer.
Since Wynn, rated No. 27 at strong-side defensive end and No. 37 in the California state rankings by, wants to get a decision out of the way maybe even before his senior season starts time is running out for programs to get involved.
Colorado State, Fresno State, Kansas State, Ohio, San Diego State and Washington State have all offered but it looks like Oregon State and Oklahoma State are being more strongly considered than the others.
"I really liked the Oklahoma State campus," Wynn said. "I have to figure out exactly how I'd fit in there and what's going on. It's the whole last-second feeling just comparing things. I definitely like Oklahoma State.
"Cal is still a favorite but it's hard because I don't have an offer from Cal. It's really hard to put that into perspective. I don't really have a favorite. We'll see when we get back (from Oregon State) but I'm not too sure."