Name: Isaiah Wynn
Ht/Wt: 6-3, 313
40-yard dash: (did not run)
Bench: (did not lift)
Vertical: (did not jump)
Broad: (did not jump)
3-cone: (did not run)
20-yard shuttle: (did not run)
How he fits: Wynn had offseason shoulder surgery after tearing his labrum in November and playing through the injury the rest of the season. The surgery prevented him from testing at the Combine and at Georgia's pro day, but Wynn is expected to be ready by the start of training camp.
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Wynn is a former left tackle making the switch to guard because of his size. He's technically sound, tough, and comes in as a plus pass protector early on.
Looking at the Lions' offense, if Graham Glasgow plays center, the team is a left guard and another running back from really being set on that side of the ball. That's why a player like Wynn would fit late in the first round or into the second round.
Key observations: Wynn has experience playing both guard and left tackle in the SEC, which could allow him to be an emergency plug-and-play guy at tackle.
What they had to say about him: "Wynn is a talented, technically sound block-winner with a demeanor that offensive line coaches will love. His athleticism allows for quick advantages as a run blocker while his hand strength and footwork helps him sustain those advantages into open running lanes.
"His plus pass protection will be appealing to teams looking for help in that area and he is capable of sliding out to tackle in an emergency. He appears to have the technique and play traits to overcome any concerns about size and could become an early starter." – Lance Zierlein
How he stacks up: Notre Dame's Quenton Nelson is far and away the top interior offensive lineman in this class, and potentially a Top 10 selection. Wynn is in that second group of players along with James Daniels (Iowa), Will Hernandez (UTEP) and Billy Price (Ohio State) who are considered to be late-first and second-round selections.
The ranking of Wynn, Daniels, Hernandez and Price vary depending on the analyst, but most everyone agrees they are all talented players, and are not likely to make it out of the second round at the very latest. What he had to say: "I'll give you two words," Wynn said at the Combine when asked what word would best describe his play. "Relentless finisher."