2020 NFL Draft: Upside of Isaiah Wilson well worth the risk

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SOUTH BEND, IN – SEPTEMBER 09: Isaiah Wilson #79 of the Georgia Bulldogs looks on during a game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium on September 9, 2017 in South Bend, Indiana. Georgia won 20-19. He looks to be a top tackle in the 2020 NFL Draft class. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

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One of the more underrated offensive tackles in the 2020 NFL Draft class, Georgia’s Isaiah Wilson brings tremendous upside to the table

The 2020 NFL Draft has the deepest crop of offensive tackles than there has been in recent years. Everyone knows about the big four in Tristan Wirfs, Jedrick Wills, Andrew Thomas, and Mekhi Becton, however a name that should be included in the second tier that has not gotten the rightful love he deserves is Isaiah Wilson.

Playing across of Thomas on the University of Georgia offensive line, Wilson has started at right guard for the Bulldogs for two years, steadily improving with every showing. He enters the 2020 NFL Draft as a redshirt sophomore, and at just the age of 21 and one month by the time the draft rolls around.

With Houston’s Josh Jones and Texas Christian’s Lucas Niang, Wilson belongs in the second tier of offensive tackles given his immense play strength already displayed, and the tremendous upside he has. Wilson has already shown a willingness to put in the work, transforming his body into the tank he is today, and at the ripe age of 20 currently, the sky is the limit for him.

Here is a scouting report on the Georgia right tackle, who has often been overshadowed by the guy on the left side in Andrew Thomas.

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