3. Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia
This one might surprise some people, but I have a hard time finding a slot for Wynn in Round One. Everywhere that makes sense — Miami, Dallas, Atlanta, Tennessee, Seattle — other players have seemed to emerge as favorites for each of those teams.
I have also heard and seen nothing about Top 30 visits for Wynn, which seems unusual even if his camp is keeping things under wraps. Teams also may feel they don’t need to do extra work on Wynn, but you would think at least something would leak out about a strong connection to a team in Round One. Nothing so far.
There aren’t many concerns with Wynn’s game, outside of his stocky, sub-6-3, 313-pound build with average overall length. He will likely have to move inside at the next level, a transition that could bother some teams as Wynn does not possess overwhelming power. His technique is so good that I don’t think he’ll have many issues in the NFL, but I could see the league valuing a couple interior offensive linemen over him. Minnesota is the toughest team to see him getting past if he falls, however, as the Vikings' need for help up front is desperate.