The Monroe playmaker has taken one college visit this summer and has more planned.
"We went to the camp at Duke as a team." said the 5-foot-11, 170-pound Wynn. "I did pretty well down there."
Wynn feels he could be on the verge of more offers.
"I think if I go to North Carolina's camp and have a good performance, I could get an offer," Wynn said. "The coaches from Georgia Tech want me to come down there, too. So I figure if I go down there, they might also offer."
"During the football season, I think I might pick up some more offers, too. I think Clemson could offer at some point because I talked to their coaches twice before the end of last school year."
In recent months, he has been in contact with some schools more than others."
"I've been talking to coaches from North Carolina and Duke the most this summer," said Wynn. "I've also been talking to N.C. State and Appalachian State."
Although Wynn said he is wide open with his recruitment, he admitted that a group of schools are standing out.
"I'm still looking at everybody right now, but the main schools I like are Clemson, Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State," he said. "They're all even."
He has a tentative timeline for his recruitment.
"I'll probably cut my list down early in the season," he said. "Then before he end of football season, I want to have it down to two schools, so I can take officials visits to them."
"As far as a decision, I'll probably have it done by the end of football season."
Monroe opens their season on August 23 against Lexington.