Lakewood offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn has made it known that he wants to play college football in the Southeastern Conference, preferably out-of-state.
His preference for playing in the SEC still exists. But Wynn might have changed his stance on leaving the state after Florida became the 21st school to extend the junior an offer on Tuesday.
Two weeks ago, Wynn told the Tampa Bay Times that he wasn’t interested in attending Florida, saying he wasn’t a big fan of the school growing up.
Then Wynn received a call from Florida coach Will Muschamp with an offer.
Now, Wynn doesn’t seem as down on the Gators.
“After talking to Coach Muschamp, (Florida) seems to have a lot to offer,” Wynn said in a text message.
Wynn said he is not taking any more visits until after spring practice and said he will likely narrow his list of schools to a top 10 next week. He currently has eight offers from SEC schools and there could be more.
This past weekend, Wynn visited Alabama. He didn’t get an offer because the coaching staff wants him at center, a position he has yet to play. He said the Tide wants him to attend a camp this summer and play center so they can evaluate him with a possible offer after that.