Rashad Wynes' ability on the high school football field has gotten the attention of college coaches across the country.
Not too long after gaining some interest from Stanford, the Warner Robins star has attracted another program a little closer to home.
"Western Kentucky has been sending me mail," Wynes told GAVSV.com. "They have been contacting me."
Wynes says the interest is mutual between him and WKU and he is looking forward to learning more about this potential suitor.
In two weeks, Wynes will take a visit to UAB.
For now, the speedy talent is working to help make his Eagles squad the best it can be.
"We are doing good," he said. "We have to keep getting better though."
Warner Robins Playmaker Earns Interest
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