Isaiah Wilson’s Strengths:
If nothing else, Isaiah Wilson passes the eye test at the top of his class.
At just 21 years old, Wilson measures in with a massive frame and some of the longest arms of any of the top-ranked offensive tackles with a wingspan of 84 ⅜ inches (!!). With that enormous size comes an incredible level of strength that Wilson used to help earn him a starting spot with the Georgia Bulldogs in his redshirt freshman season.
As far as measurables are concerned, Wilson checks all the boxes. He used his superior strength and size to his advantage often in his short time at Georgia, and if he were to improve the technical parts of his game, he has the natural talent to develop into one of the best tackles in the NFL.
While not the fastest guy in the world (he is 350 pounds, after all) he’s a surprisingly versatile athlete who actually played a little wildcat quarterback in high school. That athletic ability, coupled with his overwhelming size and strength, helped Wilson to become a bully along the right side of the line, regularly pushing defenders into the ground.
He might not be able to do that consistency against NFL players, but we should get at least a couple of solid highlights from Wilson’s play.