Wynes names five for official visits

Three-Star WR prospect Rashad Wynes is in the midst of making decisions about his recruitment. One of the biggest steps in the processing is officially visiting the prospective schools to compare them. This is a school's chance to put their best foot forward. So who are the lucky programs?

Rashad Wynes is a three-star prospect from Warner Robins High School in Georgia. He is a top shelf recruit that is looking to make visits this fall at a campus near you. And the million dollar question is Rashad who are the schools that are in contention for official visits this fall?

"Right now I hold offers from Boston College, UAB, Troy, Indiana, Akron, Louisville, and South Carolina," said Wynes. "Ole Miss, UAB, South Carolina, Louisville, and Memphis are who I am looking at for official visits."

Wynes plays both running back and wide receiver in high school, but is getting most of his looks by colleges at wideout.

"My biggest asset is my strength," said Wynes. "I am bigger than most of the cornerbacks that I face. But I want to work on getting out of my brakes quicker."

Rashad said that he does not know a lot about Louisville currently, but will get to know them much better this fall.

"I don't really know much about Louisville right now except what I was able to look up on the internet," said Wynes. "I am going to take my official visits to campus during the season so I can go to the games."

Rashad will still be active on the camp scene as well as making an unofficial visit as the summer continues.

"I am planning to go to Auburn's camp in July, and also the UAB camp in July," said Wynes. "I was going to try to make an unofficial visit to Ole Miss, and I have also already taken an unofficial visit to Troy."

Key points of interest from Rashad on his visits will be the graduation rate of the program, amount of playing time available, and location. He is planning on making a decision after his upcoming season probably around Christmas time.

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