Don't get me wrong, I'm much more concerned with patching together a functional offensive line unit for this season (and should have a post up in a day or two as to where that stands). And I recognize that we kind of had Andrews penciled in at center during Ben Jones' last season. But to have a true freshmen consistently push for quality reps just after unpacking his bags is a step in the right direction for me."It's a legacy position so I have a lot to step up to," he said. "I'm just looking forward to keep watching Boss [David Andrews] and see what he's doing. I'll only get better."Wynn has earned quite a bit of praise this preseason for his performance so far on the offensive line. The 6-foot-2, 283-pound freshman is consistently earning second-string reps at both left guard and center. Though guard is his natural position, he's taking a liking to the center position — a spot he never played in high school.
How big of a step is it? We'll see.