Spergon Wynn III (born August 10, 1978) is a former American and Canadian football quarterback. He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southwest Texas State. Wynn also played for the Amsterdam Admirals, Minnesota Vikings, BC Lions, Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts.
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|Born:||August 10, 1978|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||226 lb (103 kg)|
|High school:||Bellaire (TX) Episcopal|
|College:||Southwest Texas State|
|NFL Draft:||2000 / Round: 6 / Pick: 183|
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Wynn started his college career playing for the Minnesota Golden Gophers of the University of Minnesota, but he transferred to play quarterback for the Southwest Texas State Bobcats of Southwest Texas State University, now known as Texas State University, between 1998 and 1999. In these two years, Wynn piled up 3,497 yards passing, good for sixth on Southwest Texas State's record books. In 1998, Wynn threw for 1,851 yards and 10 touchdowns. In 1999, Wynn was selected to the All-Southland Conference second team after throwing for 1646 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Bobcats.
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|1999||Southwest Texas State||161||322||50.0||1,646||5.1||14||13||99.2||94||-49||-0.5||3|
Wynn was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round (183rd overall) in 2000. He was the fifth quarterback picked in that draft, although chosen before New England drafted Tom Brady. Wynn played for the Browns in 2000, seeing action in seven games, including one start – a 48–0 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. With the Browns, Wynn completed 22 of 54 (40.7%) passes for 167 yards, no touchdowns, one interception, and a passer rating of 41.2.
On September 2, 2001, Wynn, along with running back Travis Prentice, was traded to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for draft picks in the 2002 and 2003 drafts. Wynn was a third string backup to Daunte Culpepper and Todd Bouman in the 2001 and 2002 seasons and played in the last three games of the 2001 season, starting two of them because of season-ending injuries to both Culpepper and Bouman. In the Vikings’ next-to-last regular-season game against the Green Bay Packers on December 30, 2001, Wynn threw the only touchdown pass of his NFL career, a 47-yard strike to tight end Byron Chamberlain.
After failing to move beyond third string with the Vikings, Wynn made his way north to Canada to play for the BC Lions, completing 67 of 99 passes for 894 yards, 6 touchdowns, and one interception. He also rushed for 2 touchdowns and 145 yards on 36 attempts.
Wynn is currently an energy broker with Amerex Energy in Houston, Texas. He has a son, Spergon IV.
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Dylan Wynn, American football player
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Henry Wynn, British statistician
Isaiah Wynn, American football player
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Jimmy Wynn, American Major League Baseball player
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Natalie Wynn (born 1988), American YouTube personality
Sir Owen Wynn, 3rd Baronet (1592–1660)
Peter Wynn, Australian rugby league player
Peter Wynn, Dutch mathematician
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Sir Richard Wynn, 4th Baronet (1625–1674)
Spergon Wynn, NFL & CFL quarterback
Steve Wynn, casino resort developer
Steve Wynn (musician)
The Wynn baronets, baronetcies of the County of Carnarvon