Wynn estimates that he first heard from UNC in mid-February. During his initial conversation with Kapilovic, a UNC offer was extended.
"He told me that he watched my highlight tape and he really liked it," Wynn said. "He said he showed it to the rest of the staff. And then once he got me on the phone, he found out my personality and felt like ‘It's a done deal – we need to offer.'"
In total, 18 schools have offered Wynn, including Auburn, Florida State, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Vanderbilt.
Wynn will be a four-year starter for Lakewood. Although his primary position has been tackle, he has seen significant snaps at every position along the offensive line.
Colleges, though, are recruiting Wynn as an interior lineman. UNC in particular projects him as a guard.
"Coach Kap said the style that I play kind of reminds him of Jonathan Cooper," Wynn said. "He says he wants to get the chance to develop me into a Jonathan Cooper.
"He said they're looking to bring in either one or two tackles and then three guards/centers, but a total of four offensive linemen."
Since that initial conversation, Wynn and Kapiloivic have conversed weekly.
"He's just asking me when I'll be able to get a chance to get up there," Wynn said. "Also, he tells me about things that are going on around campus, such as spring practice."
Wynn believes a visit to UNC will likely take place over the summer.
"I want to learn more about their academics, because I've very interested in what they have to offer," Wynn said.
Thus far, Wynn has only visited two schools. He visited Vanderbilt a couple of weekends back and then South Florida this past weekend.
This weekend, Wynn will visit Georgia. He'll follow that up with a trip to Alabama the following weekend. Besides UNC, Wynn is looking to set up trips with Auburn, Central Florida, and Florida State.
Wynn's plan is to announce a favorite schools list following the football season. He then figures to announce his collegiate destination on Signing Day.
Outside of academics, Wynn is looking for a "home away from home" feel from a school.