Wynn close on SEC offers
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Wynn close on SEC offers

St. Petersburg (Fla.) Lakewood offensive guard recruit Isaiah Wynn could be close to getting two more SEC scholarship offers.

Isaiah Wynn (St. Petersburg, Fla./Lakewood) is one of the offensive guard prospects from the Sunshine State in the Class of 2014. Last season he played at 260-pounds. He's now close to 6-foot-3 and 275-pounds.

Wynn, who plays tackle for Lakewood, already holds scholarship offers from Vanderbilt, South Florida, West Virginia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Ohio and Youngstown State.

"Vandy is still my leader," Wynn said. "I know I will take an unofficial visit there in March during my spring break."

Another school high on his list are the Bulls. He has been impressed with the new coaching staff, led by Willie Taggart.

"I met coach Taggart but it was quite brief," Wynn said. "To be honest, I haven't really talked with the new staff. But things seem to be looking good. I heard they recruited well with this past class. It sounds like he will turn things around quickly. They are close by so I know I will probably visits them for sure."

Another team that could get a visit is Auburn. According to Wynn they are close to offering him a scholarship as well.

"Auburn is getting close," Wynn said. "I talked with them today. They want me to come up for a junior day but it's too short of notice. I know they are just not throwing out offers. They just want to meet and see me. I would really like to try and get up there at some point."

Wynn has no travel plans for schools right now other than checking out the Commodores next month. He said he does plan on participating at the Nike Football Training Camp in Orlando in mid-March.

"That's all right now," Wynn said. "I just want to see how the next couple of months go for me. Alabama is showing interest in me and I know they have spoken with my coach. Kentucky is also recruiting me pretty heavy right now. FSU has invited up to Tallahassee for a junior day there but I can't make it."

Wynn was in San Antonio, Texas for the U.S. Army All-American Combine and was one of the most dominating linemen in attendance.