The 6-1, 180-pound Lynn has brilliant speed and is considered a lock-down cover cornerback.
This season he led Jenks to a 12-2 record and a berth in the Class 6A state championship game against rival Tulsa Union. Lynn had 43 tackles over the course of the season, but did not have an interception as few teams even tried to throw the ball in his direction.
Lynn has officially visited Nebraska (his brother plays there), Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and North Carolina. He visited Oklahoma State on the weekend of homecoming against Baylor.
Throughout the recruiting process, Lynn was adamant about wanting to go to the school that had the best player-coach relationship.
Recruiting: Lynn To Decide Thursday
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