Evaluation: For only being a high schooler, Bynum runs surprisingly good routes. What sets him apart though is his big-play ability. He has elite speed and he's very elusive, able to turn a five-yard completion into a 60-yard touchdown. He has very sure hands and he's tough, able to go across the middle and challenge for balls in the air. If he has a weakness, it's his lack of ideal bulk, but that can easily be rectified with a year in a college weight training program. Bynum is one of the elite wideouts in the nation and that recognition is well deserved.
Spring/Summer Visit Plans: Bynum will visit Washington at the end of March and he's planning a trip to Stanford for their Junior Day. Bynum will also join his teammate, OL Wyatt Davis, to see some SEC programs -- Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and LSU and he's also hoping to visit1 Notre Dame as well.
Camp Plans: Bynum took part in the Nike Opening Regional Event in Los Angeles at the beginning of March and he also has said he is looking at going to USC and UCLA's camps as well.
Offers: Bynum has close to 20 offers and they are from a who's who of top 20 programs including Michigan, Nebraska, UCLA, USC, Washington, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah among others.
Favorites: While he's yet to name a top five, Bynum has made it pretty clear that he's favoring Washington, USC and UCLA among the schools that have offered him. Stanford and Notre Dame are also schools he's hoping to get an offer from and if they do, they will be in the final group as well. Keep an eye on Michigan and Arizona State as well.