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No Early Leaders for 2018 DE Stephon Wynn

The recently-offered Wynn says the schools that have offered are on equal footing.

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2018 four-star defensive end Stephon Wynn, who has an offer from the Michigan Wolverines, has told Maize n Brew that he has no early leaders.

"I am interested [in Michigan], but all schools that have offered are the same," he said. "No early leaders."

Many have speculated that Wynn is already leading towards Clemson, but he denied those allegations saying, "I do not even know what school I plan to sign with. I'm just going to enjoy the process and visit as many schools as I can."

However, Wynn does like the idea of playing for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, which will probably be a huge factor in his commitment. He was recruited to Michigan by Jay Harbaugh.

"I think it would be very appealing because he has coached at the highest level and he knows what it takes to get there," Wynn said of possibly playing for Harbaugh.

The four-star recruit has offers from Michigan, Clemson, Appalachian State, Auburn, Duke, Florida, Louisville, Michigan State, Middle Tennessee State, N.C. State, North Carolina, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Troy, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Wynn also has an interest in Ole Miss, but has not received an offer. Living in Anderson, South Carolina, Wynn has the ability to stay in his home state by attending South Carolina or he could travel just about anywhere else to play college football.

The 6-foot-3, 250-pound sophomore said his greatest skill is, "the way I use my long arms and strength to diengage blockers." He also mentioned that he needs to work on haveing quicker hands and better explosion off the ball to get ready for the college level.