2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2018 NFL Draft

2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

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3. OG Isaiah Wynn, Georgia

6-3, 313: While he might not have the height or the length teams will ideally want, he’s got SEC-caliber tackle skills that’ll be applied to guard once he gets to the next level.

There are plenty of knocks on his lack of bulk and his potential problems powering away on NFL defensive tackles, but he’s clean.

There’s little technique work needed, he’s extremely strong, and he can move.

Yeah, he’s a bit of a tweener, but he’ll fit for faster, up-tempo offenses that want their guards to get out on the move and spring the big block. The guy who was a key part of the devastating Bulldog ground game can be put in any spot on a line and hold his own.

And then he’ll eventually excel as a terrific left guard.

Projected Round: Second
Real Value: Top 50

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