When Hudson QB Zack Wynn was offered a scholarship by Western Michigan in mid December and committed within days, “it was a relief,” Cobras coach Mark Nash said.
Until Western Michigan pulled the trigger, no other school had.
And that had worn greatly on Wynn, who threw for more than 6,500 yards during his four years as Hudson’s starter.
At the time Western Michigan offered, other schools were showing interest. Each, however, backed off after Wynn committed, Nash said.
But that apparently didn’t bother Wynn one bit.
“Since the day he committed, he’s been walking around with a grin,” Nash said.
Wynn will sign with Western Michigan on Wednesday morning.
--KEITH NIEBUHR (email@example.com)