2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ISAIAH WYNN: Georgia, 6026 313 5.30. Three-year starter from St. Petersburg, FL. Has started all but one game over his final three seasons. Even though he carries the typical build and body of a guard, Wynn shifted to left tackle as a senior and played admirably, earning first-team All-SEC and second-team All-America honors. Does an excellent job of setting up with proper knee bend, hands up and inside, and a wide enough base. He absorbs contact with ease. As a run blocker, he delivers a violent pop out of his snap and is very accurate with his hands. His heavy mitts attack the numbers of his target and they stick while he drives his legs. He flashes the ability to pull, locate, and sustain his perimeter blocks. Plays with rare patience and knee bend as a pass protector. Plays the game with an attitude and will constantly play though the whistle. Will struggle to maintain his ground against powerful pass rushers. Needs more core strength. He is not a fit for every scheme, as he doesn’t always get enough movement off the ball but will rather stick to his target and be taken where the defender wants to go. He did however drive a defensive end for Kentucky 10 yards down the field. As a guard he will attack the second level more than he did as an offensive tackle. The athletic ability and techniques are there. He projects as an immediate starter inside at offensive guard. Medical exclusion at Combine, left shoulder. First/second round. (A- 33 3/8, H-8 1/2, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).