Lynn was huge on all three sides of the ball last year as a sophomore, so going into his junior year we had Lynn on the All-State watch for the 2019 season. The high IQ football player participates in a lot of sports. He is definitely coordinated and his reactions are very good too. Lynn’s production seems to have plateaued in 2019. We have always predicted Lynn as a slot receiver at the next level, but would like to see him continue to work on his lateral quickness. He definitely has good hand-eye coordination, he is a deceptive route runner, but really needs to continue to get more explosive out his breaks and just get quicker in general. Definitely a strong player, they even used him in the wildcat just to get the ball in his hands since he is so good at breaking open field tacklers. He also plays SS, and honestly, Lynn shows some good potential there too. He has strong hands at the point of attack and does a good job of getting off blocks to make a tackle out in the flat. That also translates over to his blocking, where he packs a punch and knocks a defender on his heels. Returned a lot of punts as a sophomore, not as many as a junior, but can see that changing his senior year.