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2011 Wide Receiver Shane Wynn Sophomore Highlights

2011 Wide Receiver Shane Wynn Sophomore Highlights

In this video highlight from Scouting Ohio, Cleveland Glenville wide receiver Shane Wynn shows why he is a highly coveted prospect for many college’s 2011 recruiting class. A little on the small size at 5’6” 147lbs, Wynn has the ability to run great routes and use his speed in open space to make plays. He demonstrates his return abilities in addition to his ability to make a tough catch over the middle in this sophomore highlight video. Wynn has favored Miami for some time but liked what he saw at Ohio State this past weekend when the Hurricane’s visited.There has been some interest in all four D1 recruits from Glenville going to the college but making that happen appears to be a long shot for any program.

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