“I like the way they treat people at Alabama,” Cincinnati Reading blue chip running back DeShawn Wynn said earlier tonight, one day after returning from his official visit to Tuscaloosa.
“I think I fit in there socially – that’s a big thing for me.”
But Wynn, who rushed for 2,268 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior isn’t ready to proclaim any specific team the leader quite yet. But he did have some words worth considering.
“I had a good time at Alabama,” he said. “I also had a good time at Indiana, but I don’t think I’m going to go there with the coaching situation.
“The things that I’m really looking for in a school are good academics and fitting in socially. That’s what is most important to me.”
The 6-foot, 215-pound four-star prospect is ranked the No. 5 running back in the country by Rivals100.com.
Wynn has no in-home visits scheduled for the rest of this week and is not expected to take anymore official visits until January, when he is set to see Florida on Jan. 11, West Virginia on Jan. 18 and Boston College on Jan. 25.
Boston College is a new addition to his list.
“I like the coach that is recruiting me from there,” he said of the Eagles. “Plus, they have good academics and their class sizes are smaller than everybody else that I’m looking at.”