It has often been said that the best compliment for an offensive lineman is that you don’t notice him. Isaiah Wynn was virtually invisible through Georgia’s 2017 SEC championship season, meaning the Dawgs tackle dominated his opposition.
Wynn has been anything, but quiet since the season ended, however. After being named to the first-team All-SEC team, his draft stock blew up at the Reese’s Senior Bowl, turning heads and stoning pass rushers on a daily basis.
Following the NFL Combine, Wynn seems to project safely as a second round pick at guard.
As his profile rises, we begin to learn more about the young man, including his long-standing Twitter philosophy shared each week with #WinWithWynnWednesday.
Yooo! It’s another #WinWithWynnWednesday that we’re all so fortunate to see! While going about your day today, continue to think positive. Once you feel a negative thought emerging, redirect it and turn it positive. You’re only as strong as your mind so think positive today!
— Isaiah Wynn (@iwynn77) March 7, 2018
The better you are at handling adversity when it comes your way, the easier life will become. By being adaptable, you don’t waste time wondering about your circumstances. Instead, you face it head on and keep it booming. Adaptability; it’s a cheat to life. #WinWithWynnWednesday
— Isaiah Wynn (@iwynn77) February 21, 2018
One of the most essential parts of life is happiness. Whatever makes you happy, do it. Forget what others may say because at the end of the day, your happiness is what matters the most. Protect it by all cost #WinWithWynnWednesday 😁
— Isaiah Wynn (@iwynn77) December 13, 2017
“Where there is unity, there is always victory.”
It’s simple today; Work as a unit/team instead of an individual. You’re stronger that way. #WinWithWynnWednesday ✊🏾
— Isaiah Wynn (@iwynn77) November 29, 2017
A physical run-blocker, an accomplished pass-protector, and a thoughtful dispenser of good advice. Isaiah Wynn seems to be the total package.
(You can follow Chadd Scott on Twitter @ChaddScott)
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