2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report
Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

Career Snapshot
Two-year starter at right tackle. Missed two games in 2019 due to an ankle injury.

Positives
Large, powerful right-tackle prospect with starting potential at the next level. Blocks with leverage, quickly sets up off the snap and keeps his head on a swivel. Displays outstanding vision, consistently gets leverage on opponents and easily turns defenders from the line. Keeps his feet moving, stays square and plays powerful football. Effective with his hands, flexible and adjusts to pick up speedy edge rushers and blitzes.

Negatives
Not light on his feet and struggles in motion. Really cannot slide off the edge and displays limited range in pass protection.

Analysis
Wilson is a traditional right tackle who can be an overwhelming force at the point of attack. He’s a dominant run blocker who holds his own in pass protection, but he’s not suited for a zone-blocking system.

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