Hudson QB Zack Wynn has committed to Western Michigan, Cobras coach Mark Nash said.
The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Wynn took an official visit to WMU last weekend. At that time, he was offered a scholarship, his first.
“It’s a done deal for him, which is exciting,“ Nash said. “We’re happy for him. He deserves it.”
At Hudson, Wynn passed for more than 6,500 career yards.
He started at QB four years and twice led the Cobras into the playoffs, including this fall.
Last month, Wynn was named as the Florida Athletic Coaches Association District 8 MVP. He will play in next week’s FACA North-South All-Star Game in Sebring, which brings together top players from Key West to Pensacola.
Charleston Southern also was in the mix. Wynn also still has interest from Columbia and Dartmouth of the prestigious Ivy League.
“He felt really, really comfortable there on his visit,” Nash said. “He really hit it off with the coaching staff. He liked it up there. He loved the campus.”
Nash said he thinks Wynn is the first Hudson football player to ever earn a Division I-A athletic scholarship.
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