“That being said, I am excited to announce my commitment to the University of Akron!!”
Wynn is a 6-foot-2, 210-pound linebacker who is not rated yet by either 247Sports or rivals.com despite having double-digit Division I offers.
Aside from Akron, he had several MAC offers as well as Syracuse, Cincinnati and Western Kentucky.
Wynn was a first-team All-GWOC pick last season when he made 83 tackles for the Elks, who went 10-2 and won the GWOC National East division.
Centerville’s Max Wynn closes on Northmont’s Devin Kenerly. Northmont defeated visiting and previously unbeaten Centerville 21-14 in a Week 8 GWOC crossover high school football game on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF
Wynn is the 10th football player from the class of 2019 in the Cox Media Group Ohio coverage area to make a verbal commitment.
The eighth was Trotwood-Madison offensive lineman Jaison Williams, who announced last week he also intend to attend Akron.
Over the past weekend, Fairfield tight end Erick All committed to Michigan.