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Prospect Profile: Georgia OL Isaiah Wynn

Posted Apr 9, 2018

Isaiah Wynn

Guard/Tackle | Georgia | Senior

Height: 6-foot-3 | Weight: 313 pounds

College Stats

2017: played and started in all 15 games at left tackle; team captain for Bulldogs; helped Georgia reach College Football Playoff National Championship Game; named a Second-Team All-American by the Associated Press and AFCA and was a Third-Team All-American by Phil Steele; earned First-Team All-SEC honors by conference coaches and the media; named to All-Bowl Team by Rivals.com

Career: played in 52 career games with 41 starts; played both tackle and guard during his college career; team captain for Bulldogs as a senior; helped Georgia reach College Football Playoff National Championship Game; named a Second-Team All-American by the Associated Press and AFCA and was a Third-Team All-American by Phil Steele; earned First-Team All-SEC honors by conference coaches and the media; named to All-Bowl Team by Rivals.com

Combine Results

Wynn did not participate in on-field drills at the combine.

Profile

Summary: Wynn played both left tackle and left guard during his collegiate career, but he projects as a guard in the NFL. He was a three-year starter at Georgia who helped the Bulldogs win 31 games during that span. Wynn protected a freshman quarterback’s blindside in 2017 as he helped Georgia make it to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote Wynn’s versatility should be attractive to NFL teams as his “short, stout, powerful build and mobility make his NFL future at guard, but his versatility has helped him meet the team's need at left tackle.” Zierlein also noted that Wynn is skillful in the trenches as he “plays with disciplined hand usage, keeping them inside opponent's frame in both run and pass.”

Stacking up: NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock had Wynn as the No. 2 guard prospect before and after the combine. ESPN draft expect Mel Kiper, Jr., listed Wynn as the No. 2 guard in his most-recent rankings. NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks has Wynn as his third guard in the draft.

Mr. Reliable: Wynn started 40 of his final 41 games in college and had a string of 23 straight starts during that span.