"It was good," Wynn said. "I enjoyed the visit and getting to know the coaching staff and spending one-on-one time with the head coach. It was good just getting to see what Auburn has coming up for them. I know their past season is behind them and they are looking forward to something new.
"I just like their coaching staff," he adds. "They are wonderful. They are going to take the program to the next level. They are just real sincere."
Making the trip along with good friend and fellow prospect Vincent Jackson, a three-star linebacker from Jesuit High in Tampa, Wynn said he enjoyed getting to know the Auburn coaching staff better and getting a feel for what the Tigers are all about.
"It was good," Wynn said of his time with Gus Malzahn. "He just seems like a real sincere coach and he knows what he's talking about. He wants to take this program to the next level."
At 6-3, 270, Wynn is a player who is expected to play one of the interior line positions on the next level despite playing offensive tackle in high school. While some colleges are looking at him for a possible move to center, Wynn said Auburn has talked to him about playing guard and he is fine with that.
Isaiah Wynn is shown at a recent football camp.
With offers from all over the country including Auburn, Arkansas, Florida State, Georgia, Ole Miss, North Carolina, Vanderbilt and West Virginia, Wynn has plenty of options on where he wants to play college football down the road. Right now he points out that he is taking his time and making sure of the schools he wants on his final list.
"I don't have any upcoming visits," Wynn notes. "I'm still pretty wide open at the moment. After this weekend I plan on cutting down my list some, but I don't really plan on making any commitments until signing day or at least the end of the season."