"I'm a Dawg," he told Fox Sports NEXT's Chad Simmons. "I committed because of the way me and my family felt. The coaching staff great, and I know they can develop me not only athletically but also academically."
Wynn is considered the #10 overall offensive guard in the country according to Fox Sports NEXT's rankings. Wynn told Simmons on Saturday that he was very "comfortable" being at Georgia.
"I really like the coaching staff and just being comfortable on campus and around the coaches and everybody else on the team," he said.
Wynn said he will not take visits to other schools, and that "I will be attending Georgia."
But the news was not all good on Sunday. Wayne County WR Krenwick Sanders tweeted that he was no longer committed to the Bulldogs. Sanders did not return a phone call seeking comment. He had been committed since November 2012.
After the Sanders de-commitment and Wynn commitment the Bulldogs find themselves ranked #3 nationally in Fox Sports NEXT's recruiting rankings behind only Texas A&M and Alabama.