He's been an all-state performer the past two years, helping the Spartans to a pair of section titles and the state title last fall.
At 6-2, 238, Wynn plays on the defensive line for the Spartans, but several schools envision him playing outside linebacker.
"I think the next schools to offer will depend on if I can drop back," said Wynn. "If I show I can, which I know I can, then I think more offers come in. But the next set will be at that hybrid position."
Those schools include a host of Pac-10 schools, who've been in frequent contact with him.
"Cal, Stanford, Oregon, UCLA and USC, I've been talking with them all actively and they all say they just have to see if I can drop back and cover, because again, I don't play that in high school, so I have to show them I can," said Wynn.
Wynn said numerous schools are slated to come by the De La Salle campus, if they haven't already been, during May.
As far as camps are concerned, Nebraska is the only likely definite, but he and his family are working out the details for more.
In terms of a leader, Wynn said no one stands out.
"I really don't have one," said Wynn. "I know it's cliché, but I'm really trying to focus on my high school and my team, and finish my semester really well. It's hard to name a top five schools when I haven't visited some of the campuses, or been able to compare them and talk to the players and coaches. And that's going to be a big part of my decision, the unity and togetherness of the team.
Wynn said he's been fluctuating between 235 and 245 this offseason, and hopes to be at 250 by the fall.