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2018 NFL Draft

Isaiah Wynn

G/Georgia

  • A
    6.80
    Projection
    Round 1-2
  • YearSenior
  • Height6-2
  • Weight313
  • Hand8
  • Arm33 ⅜
  • 40-yardN/A
  • BenchN/A
  • VerticalN/A
  • BroadN/A
  • 3-coneN/A
  • 20-yardN/A
  • 60-yardN/A

    Strong Points: Started 42 games for Georgia at either guard or tackle. Thick and strong. Has good arm length. Shows pop on contact to get movement. Consistent finisher. Good athlete for size. Can pull, adjust on the move and play in space. Plays with bend and keeps his back straight. Shows a strong punch with pass pro. Can mirror, slide and recover. Excellent anchor against power.

    Weak Points: Lacks ideal height. Had to play out of position at tackle in 2017. Base can get a bit wide at times.

    The Way We See It: Usually a starter at guard, Wynn was moved to left tackle in 2017 out of necessity. Though he is only 6-feet 2, he played well at tackle. He is thick and strong with better than adequate arm length. Plays a physical game. He consistently gets off the ball quickly and he's explosive on contact. Capable of generating movement with his run blocks. Easily gets to second level and does a good job with pulls. For a big guy, he is athletic and runs well. Good flexibility and consistently plays with bend. After watching 2016 tape, seemed he may struggle with wide speed when at tackle, but he did surprisingly well. Showed the ability to cut off wide speed. When inside he is excellent vs. power. Uses his hands well for both run and pass blocks. Overall, Wynn has the talent to come in and start as a rookie at guard. May also be able to play center if asked.

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