Things are heating up in the recruitment of Hudson QB Zack Wynn.
According to Cobras coach Mark Nash, Western Michigan, a Division I-A program that plays in the Mid-American Conference, is high on Wynn and is thinking seriously about tendering an offer.
“They said they’re on the verge of making an offer,” Nash said. “They love him. That’s the way they put it.”
Thus far, the 6-foot-3 Wynn has no offers despite the fact he has thrown for more than 6,500 career yards and is a four-year starter.
“When they touched base, they wanted to know if he had any offers,” Nash said. “I said ‘No,’ but told them teams are missing out. They said, ‘That’s kind of the way we feel.’”
Nash feels good about this latest development.
“I’m excited for Zach,” he said. “That’s a big-time program. Plus, I think if he get an offer from them, that will make a difference with the rest of the schools.”
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