Wynn Talks About Visiting Oklahoma State

What a coincidence as defensive end Dylan Wynn of Concord (De La Salle), Calif., visited Stillwater on Wednesday, a day after attending camp in Lincoln, Neb., and the same day that word broke that Nebraska is expected to head to the Big Ten, setting up a scenario where Oklahoma State would head west to an expanded Pac-10. You have to say a good day to recruit a California prospect.

We caught up with Wynn in Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport while he was waiting to catch his flight home.

"I had a great visit (unofficial) to Oklahoma State," said Wynn.

"I like the school, I like the coaches, and I like the way they everything set up. It went really well and I enjoyed all the people that I had the chance to meet," Wynn continued.

"The facilities are nice. It is really good for me to see that for what I need to do in comparing schools and evaluating which school and situation is best for me. It went really well."

Wynn posted strong numbers last season in helping De La Salle to the CIF Open Division Championship with 82 tackles, 36 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, and two fumble recoveries. He was also listed on a large number of ""all" teams including All-EBAL Conference 1st Team Defense (Line), All-EBAL Conference 1st Team Offense (Line), All-East Bay 1st Team Defense, All East Bay 1st Team Offense, All-Bay Area Metro 1st Team Defense, and All-North Coast Section 1st Team Defense.

The 6-3, 235-pounder has plenty of college options with offers from Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Oregon State, San Diego State, Washington State, Ohio, and Cal-Poly. He also has recruting interest from California, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, and UCLA.

The trip to the midlands for Wynn started with his third time to football camp at the University of Nebraska.

"It went good," added Wynn. "I went against Ryne Reeves (Nebraska commitment and top-100 prospect) almost the entire time. I was working to get better and I think I did that. I got some good coaching. The (Nebraska staff) watched me almost the entire time and they filmed my drills. They said they were going to evaluate them and that I should call them back when I get home."

Wynn said he had no other major recruiting plans for the rest of the summer. He did say he might check out some local schools.

"My main job now is to help get my (high school) team ready for the season and ready to go win another championship," said the well-spoken defensive end. "My focus now has to be on my high school team."


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