Four-star DE Stephon Wynn Jr. likely to spurn legacy commitment for other contenders

He could really be disappointing pops with his decision.

Four-star defensive end Stephon Wynn Jr. could do his parents proud by going to Clemson where they both went and his dad even played tight end for coach Terry West in the 1990s. However, it seems the Tigers aren't really in the mix for junior despite the 247Sports crystal ball saying otherwise and giving the Tigers a 62 percent chance to land him.

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However, it's looking like Georgia, Ohio State, South Carolina and Alabama will definitely be getting visits before he makes his decision. Wynn plans on being a mid-year enrollee as well so those visits will be coming much sooner rather than later. LSU and Tennessee are also in the mix for the 6'4", 260-pound defensive end.

The elder Wynn has actually said that he appreciates what South Carolina has done for his son already with all the love they've shown and how honest coach Will Muschamp has been with them. The younger Wynn liked the message so much that he's visited Columbia  six times already.

247Sports has him ranked as the No. 4 strong side defensive end in the class of 2018 and the No. 24 recruit in the state of South Carolina. He also holds offers from Auburn, Florida, Miami and Michigan among many others. So Wynn has plenty of options for school, but it sounds like none of them are going to be Clemson.

Here's some of his highlights:

[h/t SEC Country]