Scout 300 OL gets Georgia offer

Georgia started to turn up the heat a little on a Scout 300 offensive tackle out of Florida in recent weeks and they decided to offer him a scholarship on Saturday...

"I met with Coach [Mike] Bobo and Coach [Will] Friend before the Georgia spring game and we just talked about things. They asked me to hang around after the game to talk some more, so I did," Isaiah Wynn told Scout.

"That is when I got the offer. Coach Friend is the coach that offered me, but I also spoke to Coach [Mark] Richt for a little bit too. Coach Friend, the offensive line coach offered me and it was exciting."

Coach Friend said all the right things when he offered this Scout 300 offensive tackle out of St. Petersburg, Fla.

"He told me that he really likes how I play the game, that I play football the way it is supposed to be played, that Georgia wants me there, and that it is time for us to get this recruiting thing started. "

Wynn liked what he saw in the UGA offensive line coach Saturday.

"As a coach he knows what he is talking about and how to prepare his guys for the next level. As a person, he seemed like he cared. I really liked him."

With the offer from the Dawgs, the four-star offensive tackle now has UGA on his list. He is still keeping his options open, but Georgia made a good first impression.

"What stood out to me most today was the coaching staff. The coaches at Georgia are good people. They are very sincere and they are very friendly. I like the people there too. It is just a good place and I liked everything about Georgia. It was a good experience for me."

Wynn is closing in on 20 scholarship offers. He does not plan to narrow his list of schools down until the end of the season and he will then make his decision on Signing Day.

Scout ranks Wynn as the No. 34 offensive tackle in the country.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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