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    Why Detroit King WR Lynn Wyche-El may be best-kept secret of 2022


    When it comes to wide receivers, Detroit King’s Lynn Wyche-El Jr. has established himself as cut above.

    The son of a barber, Wychel-El has been known to take the clippers and give himself a trim, or take out the shears and give one of his five brothers or even a teammate a haircut. He also does a little cooking, too.

    The No. 12-ranked player in the Free Press Top 50, Wyche-El continued to turn heads Friday night when he caught five passes for 151 yards in the host Crusaders’ 40-19 win over two-time defending Division 2 Muskegon Mona Shores.

    Detroit King's Lynn Wyche-EL Jr. makes a catch against Muskegon Mona Shores' David Fredrick Jr. during the first half at Detroit King on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021.

    Teaming up with one of the nation’s top junior quarterback recruits in Dante Moore, El-Wyche didn’t catch one of Moore’s four touchdown passes on the night, but he proved to be a home run threat as he averaged just over 30 yards per grab.

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    “Over the offseason, I really worked on speed and being able to help my teammates,” said Wyche-EL, who has 10 Division I college offers and is a three-star prospect according to the 247Sports Composite. To me it’s not all about me. I know if my teammates see me and the stuff I do, we can be good. So, I had to work on myself in the weight room being a great leader.”

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