Glad the surgery went well.See what Jordan did his Freshman year to work
his way up to being the starter, we should expect him to be back 100% very soon.
Next season is looking very bright!
Get better my man.
Good luck to Wynn on a speedy recovery. If Utah fans are excited to have him
back as their starter next season, good for them.Wynn didn't exactly
set the world on fire his Freshman year, but he was still learning. Passing Rating2009Wyoming 137.06New Mexico 169.81at
TCU 111.55SDSU 120.28at BYU 86.91California 173.032010TCU 79.24at Notre Dame 98.19BYU 103.38It'll
be interesting to see if Jordan's "off" sophomore year was all
Jordan Wynn had better be at his best come fall camp or he will never start
another game for Utah. He is going to have competiton from three different QBs
next year. My vote is with Jordan, but any letdown or lapse in concentration
and he won't start. He has to be focused and ready to go. The stage next year
is huge and he has to be up to the challenge. Good luck Jordan, and Go
The Utes will need Wynn healthy next year. Brian Johnson struggled in his first
year and a half at Utah and I think his struggles this year are a result of the
bad shoulder and more play book being opened up to him. The Utes
will not be able to replace his game experience even though there is great
talent that will push him in the fall. My concern is that he needs to add at
least 15 pounds to be at a good playing weight next year. Robles has the frame
to be a PAC-12 QB and might get a chance either way next year if Wynn can't stay
healthy. I expect Shreve and Brown will be quality QB's as well.
Hope he is at 100% by September next year.
Best of luck Wynn the Utes need you back dont listen to your critics just keep
your head up!
Did the Drs put a bionic arm on this young man. Maybe legs that run really fast
and super eye sight too. Let's hope so. Get well before the season starts
because next year is the big stage. Go undefeated and get a real shot at a NC
game. Good luck and Merry Christmas.