1 Shane Wynn  
    Shane Wynn


    Cleveland, Ohio

    High School:

    Height / Weight:
    5-7 / 167




    Coleman Named MVP, Seniors Honored at 2014 Football Banquet

    Coleman, Rahrig, Richardson, Wynn named team captains


    Coleman First Team All-B1G, Seven Hoosiers Recognized Overall

    Hoosiers have 23 All-Big Ten honorees over the last three seasons


    Hoosiers Win Old Oaken Bucket, 23-16

    Tevin Coleman becomes the 18th player in FBS history to rush for 2,000 yards in a season as Indiana beats Purdue in the Old Oaken Bucket game for the second consecutive year.


    #IUFB Players of the Game: Ohio State

    Nine Hoosiers honored for last week's performances


    Coleman Rushes for 228 in Loss to No. 6 Buckeyes

    Coleman brings season total to 1,906 to take down 23-year-old single-season rush record previously held by Vaughn Dunbar (1,805).


    #InsideIUFB with Shane Wynn

    #InsideIUFB with Shane Wynn


    Post-Practice: WR Shane Wynn (Aug. 9, 2014)

    Post-Practice: WR Shane Wynn (Aug. 9, 2014)


    Post-Practice: WR Shane Wynn (Aug. 6, 2014)

    Post-Practice: WR Shane Wynn (Aug. 6, 2014)


    #IUFB WR Shane Wynn

    #IUFB WR Shane Wynn


    Shane Wynn - Cream & Crimson Spring Game


    Indiana vs. Purdue (USATSI)

    Indiana vs. Purdue (USATSI)


    Indiana vs. Penn State (USATSI)

    Indiana vs. Penn State (USATSI)


    Indiana at Michigan

    Indiana at Michigan


    Indiana Football vs. Iowa

    Indiana Football versus Iowa on October 11, 2014


    Indiana vs. North Texas

    Indiana vs. North Texas

    Wynn is the first player in Indiana history with receiving (17), punt return (one), kick return (one) and rushing (one) scores in his career. He became the 18th Hoosier to reach 100 receptions and 1,000 yards. On IU's career lists, Wynn is third in kick return yardage (1,610), tied for fifth in receiving touchdowns (17), tied for eighth in catches (133), 10th in all-purpose yardage (3,270) and 17th in receiving yardage (1,490).

    2013 (Junior): Caught 46 passes for 633 yards (13.8 average) and 11 touchdowns ... finished second in Big Ten and tied for 19th nationally with his 11 TDs, which are third on Indiana's single-season list ... added one rushing and a 58-yard punt return score for 13 total touchdowns, which led team, shared fourth in league and are tied for sixth in school history ... posted 1,158 all-purpose yards with 415 on kick returns (18 returns), 98 on punt returns (seven returns) and 12 on rushes (four carries) ... averaged 52.8 receiving yards and 96.5 all-purpose yards per game and 23.1 yards per kick return and 14.0 yards per punt return ... started all 12 games ... posted three multi-touchdown games ... collected 12 20-plus yard, six 30-plus yard (four TDs - 68, 43, 40, 33), five 40-plus yard and two 50-plus yard receptions ... led team in yardage twice and in catches once ... brought in three receiving scores, seven receptions for 52 yards, 102 yards on four kick returns and 14 rushing yards in win over Purdue ... three touchdowns are tied for second-most in IU history (12 times) ... made two TD grabs, including the 43-yarder, to go along with the punt score in season-opening victory against Indiana State ... first Hoosier since Rob Turner (1990) to reach the end zone twice by air and once by punt in a game ... tallied four catches for 52 yards and two touchdowns, including a 33-yarder, at Michigan ... carded the 68-yard TD to go along with five receptions for 90 yards vs. Missouri ... netted first career rushing score and four catches for 67 yards against Michigan State ... returned three kicks for 103 yards and nabbed four balls for 64 yards with the 40-yard touchdown vs. Minnesota ... registered eight grabs for 59 yards and one TD in addition to 71 kick return yards at No. 4 Oho State ... named Indiana's Offensive Teammate of the Year ... two-time IU special teams player of the week (Indiana State and Purdue) ... two-time game captain (Penn State and Ohio State).

    2012 Honors: Second team All-Big Ten honoree by ... received honorable mention All-Big Ten from the league's media.

    2012 (Sophomore): Finished with a team-high 68 receptions for 660 yards (second) and six touchdowns (tied for first) ... added 180 yards on eight kick returns and was second on the team with 863 all-purpose yards ... averaged 71.9 all-purpose yards and 55.0 receiving yards per game ... 68 catches good for fifth on IU's single-season list ... started all 12 games ... second in Big Ten in receptions per game, tied for fourth in receiving TDs and eighth in yards per game (55.0) ... recorded first career 100-yard game and reached 70 yards six times ... caught 12 passes twice, which shared Big Ten mark for most in a single game in 2012 and tied for fifth on IU's single-game list ... pulled in five-or-more passes seven times ... led team in catches seven times and in yardage five times ... hauled in eight 20-yard receptions, including three over 50 (76, 71, 52) ... set career-high with 12 grabs for 108 yards at Penn State ... caught first career touchdown, a 71-yarder, to go along with six receptions for 95 yards in win over Indiana State ... made five catches for 89 yards at Purdue and hauled in a 76-yard TD against No. 8 Ohio State ... added 12 receptions for 70 yards and a score against Michigan State ... IU offensive player of the week (Michigan State).

    2011 Honors: Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Illinois).

    2011 (Freshman): Led the Hoosiers with 1,249 all-purpose yards, including 1,015 kick return yards, 197 receiving yards and 37 rushing yards ... averaged 104.1 all-purpose yards, which ranked eighth in Big Ten, in 12 games (one start) ... finished fifth in Big Ten games only with 123.4 all-purpose yards per game ... returned 48 kicks and averaged 21.1 yards per return with a 99-yard touchdown ... caught 19 passes and rushed six times ... his 1,015 kick return yards were an Indiana true freshman record, second on IU's single-season list (one yard short of first), fifth on Big Ten's single-season list and sixth-most nationally (second among true freshmen) in 2011 ... set an Indiana true freshman single-season all-purpose yardage mark ... became just the third true freshman to lead the Hoosiers in all-purpose yards ... surpassed 100 kick return yards five times ... returned opening kickoff 99 yards for a TD against Illinois ... return was fourth-longest in school history (three 100-yarders), second-longest in the Big Ten and 14th-longest nationally in 2011 ... finished game with 148 kick return yards, an IU true freshman record and tied for seventh-best single-game total in school history ... boasted a career-high 184 all-purpose yards (141 kick return, 41 receiving - career high, two rushing) against Northwestern ... added 147 all-purpose yards (127 kick return, 20 rushing) at No. 4 Wisconsin and 142 (114 kick return, 28 receiving) against Purdue ... two-time IU special teams player of the week (Illinois and Purdue).

    Prep/Personal: Wide receiver and return specialist for head coach Ted Ginn, Sr., at Glenville High School ... third team All-Ohio and an all-district selection as a senior ... returned nine kicks for scores ... rated the No. 41 athlete nationally by and the No. 9 wide receiver in Ohio by ... Glenville advanced to the 2009 state championship ... second team All-Ohio selection as a junior ... pulled down 45 passes for 700 yards with 18 total TDs ... caught 56 passes with five scores in 2008 and returned 12 kicks and punts for scores ... won state titles in 2009 and 2010 in the 4x200m relay and the 4x400m indoor relay ... mother is Kimberly Wynn ... born on Nov. 15, 1992, Shane Wynn is a recreational sport management major.



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