2018 Cardinals Draft Profile
Name: Isaiah Wynn
Projected: 1st – 2nd
2017 (Senior): 15 GP, 15 GS; AP 2nd Team All-American, 2017 AFCA 2nd Team All-American, Phil Steele 3rd Team All-American, Coaches’ & AP 1st Team All-SEC
2016 (Junior): 12 GP, 12 GS; missed Louisiana game ending a streak of 23 straight starts
2015 (Sophomore): 13 GP, 13 GS
2014 (Freshman): 11 GP, 1 GS
Isaiah Wynn can play any position along the offensive line. He has the talent to be great at all of them. Wynn shuffled along the line during his time at Georgia but played with a high level of consistency to make scouts salivate with anticipation. The talented lineman was one of four permanent team captains for Georgia, who also won the team’s award for toughness.
Wynn is an immediate starter along the interior of the line. Although he played tackle this past season, he is better suited at the guard position. He is a stout blocker and perhaps the most well rounded lineman in the draft. Arizona would be able to use the upgrade at either guard position or possibly use Wynn at right tackle if necessary.
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Solid technique in both pass protection and run blocking. Very agile and able to pull in tight spaces. Played against top competition in college and faced various types of rushers. Plays with a mean streak and tries to destroy defenders when run blocking. Able to hold blocks and plays through the whistle. Shows solid awareness and intelligence in understanding pass rushing techniques and schemes. Has solid footwork to anchor himself in pass protection. Can fire off the line and get to second level.
Wynn lacks the height and length to consistently play tackle and be successful. Will need to work on initial punch as interior blocker. Occasionally gets out of position chasing defenders.