Height: 5-7
Weight: 165
40: 4.28
Year: 4Sr

Shane Wynn

School: Indiana
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter productive as both a receiver and kick returner. Career-best 68 receptions came during his sophomore season.
Positive: Small but explosive skill player with the ability to create yardage. Battles to come away with the difficult reception, uses his frame to shield away opponents and displays a sense of timing. Offers strong and soft hands with the ability to pluck the ball from the air. Quickly gets into breaks, shows a burst of speed and works to pick up yardage running after the catch. Easily adjusts to errant throws, possesses eye/hand coordination and gets up high then contorts in midair to come away with the grab.
Negative: Small to the point of being tiny. Outmuscled by opponents and struggles in battles.
Analysis: Wynn was consistently productive at Indiana and plays bigger than his listed size. His size is a limiting factor but the ability to change games as a kick returner as well as line up in the slot and turning big plays at receiver gives him an outside chance.

Updated 4/28
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