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Name: Stephon Wynn Jr. (Transfer from Alabama)
College: Nebraska     Number: 90
Height: 6-3   Weight: 305
Position: DT  Pos2: DE
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: Transfer from Alabama...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Backup w/5 TT, QBH in 7 gms in '21. Backup w/TT in 2 gms in '20. Backup w/7 TT in 9 gms in '19. Redshirted w/3 TT in 3 gms, missed 1st 2 gms before getting cleared to play in '18.



 Stephon Wynn Jr., Nebraska, Player News


  Even Ochaun Mathis, one of the country's top-rated transfers who spent last winter being wooed by college programs, was impressed by Stephon Wynn's credentials. When Wynn, the former Alabama defensive lineman, committed to Nebraska in May, Mathis had the same thought as most Husker fans. "He came from Bama," Mathis said. "We got a guy. We got a stud." With such pedigree comes a bevy of questions. Wynn said "everybody" on his new team wants to know what it's like to play for Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide, what it's like to win a national title. And the big one: What's the secret to Bama's success? "Consistency," Wynn said when asked that question Monday. "If you come in and have a bad day, you're gonna lose your job. So it's about always being competitive, always trying to get better, never settle."

Wynn learned that lesson the hard way during his four seasons in Tuscaloosa. Despite arriving on campus as a high-end four-star recruit, Wynn appeared in just 12 games under Saban. Why? Wynn says injuries played a role. His ankle, his knee, a torn labrum. "Every camp I (participated in) there, I was hurt," Wynn said. "That caused a lot of issues with my playing time." It also tested Wynn's mettle. While waiting four seasons for limited opportunities, Wynn had to remind himself that he "wasn't doing this (work) for nothing." He summoned internal motivation from outworking his teammates. And he remembered the slogan his parents taught him growing up. "If you can be more, do more," Wynn said. - Omaha World-Herald


(DS#32 DT) rSr/2023 DT Stephon Wynn Jr.Nebraska
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  Alabama defensive lineman Stephon Wynn is transferring to Nebraska, he announced Sunday evening on Instagram. Wynn entered the NCAA transfer portal last month after the end of spring practice. He joins safety Kaine Williams, who also entered the portal after spring practice, in transferring to Nebraska. Wynn was a four-star recruit in 2018 who played in 21 games over the past four seasons, all as a reserve. He was projected to play a reserve role again this season as a redshirt senior, and would be eligible to play again in 2023 under the NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver. Wynn saw time in seven games last season, making five tackles and one quarterback hurry. - Al.com

(DS#32 DT) rSr/2023 DT Stephon Wynn Jr.Nebraska
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  What will turn into a flood of visitors for the Nebraska football team over the next several weeks will start with a trickle this weekend. A very important trickle. It's a critical time in the recruiting calendar for schools all over the country. Prospects - both from the portal and in the 2023 recruiting class - will take visits from this weekend through June 27, which is the first day of a recruiting dead period that runs through July 24. The Huskers are set to host a pair of transfer portal players this weekend who started their careers at Alabama.

One of them, defensive tackle Stephon Wynn, plays at a position where NU is still trying to build depth after the additions of Ochaun Mathis and Devin Drew. After four years in a stacked defensive line room at Alabama, Wynn, who has two seasons of eligibility remaining, decided to explore his other options. The 6-foot-4, 307-pounder saw action in seven games for the Crimson Tide in 2021, recording five tackles and a quarterback hurry. - Lincoln Journal Star


(DS#32 DT) rSr/2023 DT Stephon Wynn Jr.Nebraska
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