In April, it appeared that athlete Cameron Wynn would stay in-state to play college football. The Chattanooga, Tenn. native committed to Tennessee on April 22, but after a season of turmoil that ended with a coaching change, Wynn decided to open things back up.
In December, Wynn announced his decommitment. Just over a week later, Virginia Tech jumped in with an offer as Wynn resumes shopping for his future home.
The Volunteers, with new coach Jeremy Pruitt, are still in pursuit. But the Hokies’ and others’ involvement has now caused Wynn to take a new look at his recruitment.
“Being a part of a good family is the main thing,” he said. “My coach always said, in the team, being family, sharing all the great news you have as a family. I want to come back in the future and say, ‘that’s my family.’ Then, having great...
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