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Isaiah Wynn | Guard

Team: Georgia Bulldogs
Age / DOB:  (22) / 12/9/1995
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 302

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Sports Illustrated's Andy Benoit assigned the New England Patriots an "A+" for their work in the draft.
This is a very generous grade for a team that failed to find a legitimate successor for their starting quarterback entering his age 41 season. Benoit disagrees with that sentiment and says "the Patriots decided to replenish the talent around the actual Tom Brady" instead of trying to find a new one. The Patriots paired Georgia G Isaiah Wynn with RB Sony Michel in the first round in attempts to bolster their running game. Benoit's affinity for their draft lies in the thinking that the Patriots are surrounding Brady with players that will help to prolong his career and make an immediate impact towards winning Super Bowls. Apr 29 - 6:03 PM

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Patriots selected Georgia OT Isaiah Wynn with the No. 23 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

Wynn (6’3/313) made 41 starts on the Bulldogs’ offensive line, moving from left guard as a junior to left tackle as a senior, where Wynn earned second-team All-American and allowed just five QB pressures in 15 games. Wynn dominated at guard during January’s Senior Bowl but was announced as a tackle during Thursday night's draft. The Patriots likely view him as a replacement for left tackle Nate Solder, who defected to the Giants in free agency. Athletic and powerful, Wynn profiles as one of the safest picks in the draft.
Apr 26 - 10:46 PM

An anonymous scout told Bob McGinn Football that Georgia G Isaiah Wynn "does everything you want" from the guard position.

"He does everything you want," the scout said. "He’s got arm length, he’s competitive, he’s big. He has a sense how to play the position." Another scout called him the best offensive line prospect from Georgia since Matt Stinchcomb, with another raving about his competitiveness. Wynn seems to have moved up to the second guard on most analysts' boards, and he has an outside chance -- maybe better -- of getting selected on Thursday.
Apr 26 - 1:52 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Georgia G Isaiah Wynn is solidifying himself as the second guard to come off the board.

Coming into "draft season," it was widely assumed that UTEP G Will Hernandez would be the second guard to come off the board. Now, it appears that Wynn just might earn that honor. " Both followed up quality seasons with terrific performances at the Senior Bowl, but teams feel Wynn’s athleticism and ability to line up in a zone-blocking scheme make him the No. 2 prospect at the guard spot," writes Pauline. Wynn could go in the first round, with the Seattle Seahawks being a frequent target with pick 18.
Apr 13 - 8:47 PM

In an informal poll of six team sources by Walter Football's Charlie Campbell, three believe that Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn will be drafted in the first round.

"I think there's a good chance he does [go in the first]. He improved a lot as the season went on this year," said one NFC general manager. That GM doesn't actually view the 6-foot-2, 213-pound Wynn as a first-round talent, but believes he'll be pushed up the board, similar to Josh Garnett and Laken Tomlinson in previous drafts. "Wynn is better than those guys," the GM concluded. Rotoworld's Josh Norris is as high as anybody on the Georgia standout's pro potential, ranking him as his No. 2 overall offensive lineman in the class -- and his No. 9 overall player.
Apr 10 - 3:12 PM

Rotoworld's Josh Norris ranks Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn as the No. 9 overall player in the 2018 NFL Draft class.

Wynn is Norris' No. 2 offensive linemen, behind only Notre Dame G Quenton Nelson. Interestingly, Norris believes that Wynn (6'2/313) could stick at tackle in the NFL despite his lack of length. "Really is an ideal offensive lineman: Athletic, strong, footwork and an ability to recover and still win," Norris wrote. To us, Wynn is a sure-fire first-round talent. Not everybody shares that opinion. Wynn is expected to go in the late first or early second-round round of next month's draft.
Source: Rotoworld
Mar 25 - 4:05 PM

Oklahoma edge rusher Ogbonnia Okoronkwo praised the talents of Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn.

When asked about the top offensive linemen he faced, Okoronkwo quickly praised his teammate Orlando Brown, who is currently seeing his draft evaluation take a nose dive. Wynn, on the other hand, is being viewed as a possible round one interior offensive lineman after lining up at left tackle last season.
Mar 13 - 11:15 AM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein compares Georgia G Isaiah Wynn to Denver Broncos guard Ronald Leary.

Leary was a solid player for the Cowboys, and while he played only 11 games for the Broncos this year, Pro Football Focus still gave him well above-average grades. Long story short, this is high praise. Wynn was one of the stars of the Senior Bowl, and has shown no slow downs in his switch from tackle to guard. Zierlein projects him to go in either the first or second round, which means we could get three guards who go in that range along with Notre Dame's Quenton Nelson and UTEP's Will Hernandez.
Mar 11 - 12:27 PM

NFL Draft Scout's Dane Brugler projects the Seahawks to take Georgia G Isaiah Wynn with the 18th pick in his latest mock draft.

Seattle's offensive line has been a borderline disaster for the past two years, and while they have invested picks to try and improve things, they haven't invested well. Wynn -- a player who helped Georgia reach the National Championship Game and dominated the Senior Bowl -- could help remedy things. "Seattle has invested in upgrading the offensive line, but the Seahawks aren’t done," Brugler writes. "Time will tell if they look to add more help in the first round, but Wynn, a plug-and-play guard, wouldn’t be a bad option if they do."
Feb 26 - 3:57 PM

One NFC area scout believes C could be in Georgia G Isaiah Wynn's future, depending on what team selects him.

As always, it is important to know this is one scout's opinion, as there are over 300 of them in the NFL. Wynn played left tackle at a high level in 2017, but practiced at guard during the Senior Bowl likely due to his lack of height. Rotoworld's Josh Norris spoke to Wynn during Senior Bowl week, and the offensive lineman said he has never played on the right side at any level of football. Norris believes Wynn could draw a first-round selection this spring.
Feb 7 - 10:38 AM

Pro Football Focus writes that Georgia G Isaiah Wynn won 80 percent of his battles in one-on-one drills for pass protection at the Senior Bowl.

The "win" is somewhat subjective, but anyone who saw videos of the 6-foot-2, 308-pound guard in Mobile is aware of just how dominant he was. Wynn also graded as the highest-rated run blocker at the Senior Bowl, so it's pretty clear he can charge off the ball or handle interior pass-rushers. Wynn has easily worked himself into first-round consideration at this point.
Feb 3 - 7:20 PM

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller believes that Georgia G Isaiah Wynn will be an All-Pro performer in the NFL.

Miller was asked on Twitter who the best player is that "nobody has been talking about" during the evaluating process. He put his finger on the 6-foot-2, 308-pound Wynn. Right there with you, Mr. Miller. Wynn is one of our favorite under-the-radar prospects in the class. He's fresh off a dominant week at the Senior Bowl. As matters stand currently, Wynn will likely go off the board late in Round 1 or early in Round 2. We wouldn't put it past him to rise a little higher if he continues to impress over the coming weeks.
Feb 2 - 12:14 PM

NFL Draft Scout's Dane Brugler listed Georgia G Isaiah Wynn as the top performer in Senior Bowl practices.

Wynn made the switch inside after playing left tackle for the Bulldogs in 2017, and virtually every draft analyst raved about his play, including Brugler. "Wynn made the expected move inside to guard during Senior Bowl week and was dominant," Brugler writes. His initial punch, hip sink and balance while mirroring rushers allowed him to control the point of attack." He also notes that Wynn has a real chance of going in the first-round after watching him in Mobile. That's a pretty good week, we'd say.
Jan 27 - 5:24 PM

NFL Media draft analyst Mike Mayock called Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn the "most intriguing guy here" during Senior Bowl practices.

Wynn played tackle for his senior season at Georgia, but he's moving inside to give scouts a look at guard, and multiple outlets have reported that he's impressed. "I thought Wynn, the Georgia tackle who played guard this week, was the most intriguing guy here," Mayock wrote. "He had a dominant week of practice. He's helped himself a great deal." It sounds like Wynn is moving himself into Day 2 discussions, and should be one of the first guards off the board.
Jan 26 - 9:24 PM

Walter Football's Charlie Campbell passes along that Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn impressed during Tuesday's practice at the Senior Bowl.

"He was getting a lot of movement in the ground game with the power to push defensive linemen out of their gaps," Campbell writes. The analyst specifically pointed the 6-foot-2, 308-pounder's schooling of LSU DT Christian LaCouture and Alabama DE Da'Shawn Hand on separate plays. None of this surprises us with Wynn, one of our favorite under-the-radar offensive linemen in this class. He's unlikely to play tackle at the NFL level like he did with Georgia -- he lacks the length for it -- but Wynn should draw interest on Day 2 or even late on Day 1 as a possible guard or center. He is an aces pass protector.
Jan 24 - 3:19 PM