Northern Illinois added its 21st commitment to their 2015 recruiting class a few days ago. Their newest edition was a defensive end, Quintin Wynne.
In a recent interview with Hustle Belt, Wynne talked about why he decided to commit to the Huskies.
"I liked the campus, the coaches were really interested in me and I like the way that the staff works. Their work ethic is like no other school I looked at."
After speaking such high praises of his future coaching staff, Wynne talked about what he's looking forward to the most once he gets to DeKalb.
"I'm looking forward to growing up as a player as well as a person. I also look forward to working hard once I get on campus."
Wynne seems to possess a great work ethic and has been labeled as a high-motor player by many. Skills wise, Wynne could be a diamond in the rough. Wynne possesses great speed for a defensive end and has shown a knack for causing havoc in his opponent's backfield. Wynne will have to put on some weight however if he ever hopes to play significant downs for the Huskies. It wouldn't be surprising to see Wynne redshirt his first year in DeKalb to add on some muscle.
Although,still a pretty raw prospect, Wynne could remind fans of current Huskie defensive end, Perez Ford. With his great speed, Wynne could ultimately develop into a solid pass rusher in the MAC.
Check out Wynne's highlights below courtesy of Hudl: