"At the moment -- I was talking to Coach Dawsey and told him that I really wasn't interested," Wynn said. "But he told me to just come visit since it is so close to home and see what it is about. As of right now, I am still kind of open to them, but I still want to play in the SEC, most definitely. But I am going to be taking a trip up there and see if they can change my mind, but I am planning on playing in the SEC."
While Wynn looks like he might make it to Tallahassee at some point, Athens, Ga., seems like it will get a couple more trips from him.
Georgia, led by the efforts of their coaching staff, have made a huge impression on the 6-foot-2, 270-pound guard. The last time he was on the Bulldogs campus, he couldn't help but feel at home.
"It is just about the coaching staff and how comfortable I am with them," Wynn said. "When I went up for their G-Day, I felt comfortable. It was a nice place. Everybody was showing hospitality and Coach Richt was nice. Coach [Will] Friend, Coach [Mike] Bobo was showing hospitality. That's where I want to be at. The football program is great. The academics, as well. It's a good school."
A versatile lineman in the high school ranks, Wynn can play all along the offensive front. But Georgia has a more specific vision for him.
He'll likely play inside if he goes there, and that's fine with him.
"Offensive guard or center," he said. "I am OK with that. I have adjusted to all the positions. I am supposed to get some burn at center this year and play guard in the spring game. I will just get used to every position on the offensive line. When I get to whatever school I go to, I can adjust quickly and fit at that position."
Wynn's most recent offer came from Iowa State on Tuesday morning.