Height: 6'3"
Weight: 300
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Mays


AT GEORGIA STATE: All-conference honoree and three-year starter on the offensive line ... Moved from guard to center midway through his junior season ... Made 33 career starts, 17 at left guard and 16 at center ... Signed with the Panthers in 2010 ... Last remaining team member who played in games during the inaugural season of 2010.


2014: Honorable mention All-Sun Belt Conference ... Elected a permanent team captain for 2014 ... Started every game at center and helped the Panthers lead the conference in passing.

2013: Began the season as the Panthers’ starting left guard but finished as the starting center ... Started the first six games at left guard before sitting out the Texas State game due to injury ... Returned the following game at ULM, when he did not start but entered the game at center after injuries to starter Ronald Martin and backup Mark Ruskell ... Was the fifth different center the Panthers used in 2013 ... Remained at center and started the final four games there..

2012: Started every game at left guard, rarely coming out of the game ... Moved into the starting lineup after a redshirt year in 2011.

2010: Earned playing time as a true freshman ... Played in four games during the inaugural season, relieving starter Ben Jacoby at center ... Saw action in wins over Morehead State, Savannah State and Lamar as well as the game at Alabama.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-state offensive lineman in Class AAAA by both the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Associated Press ... First-team all-region (5-AAAA) and first-team all-area for the Atlanta Public Schools ... Also an all-region selection as a junior ... Played at Mays High ... Participated in the Georgia North-South All-Star Game in Columbus, Ga., following his senior season.
PERSONAL: Timothy Wynn, Jr. is the son of Heteria and Tim Wynn ... Born Nov. 18, 1991.

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