Isaiah Wynn. 21. player. 56. By trading with Buffalo and moving down on day one, they get some much-needed help on their weak offensive line. They traded places in the first round with the Buffalo Bills and added Cordy Glenn to their tackle position. Their biggest need going into the draft is still going to be their offensive line. And at the 21 spot, they get to select the guard who many believe to be the second-ranked in the class. Right behind Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson. At 6’2 and over 300 pounds, Wynn brings the size and consistency the Bengals line calls for and is in desperate need of. He also brings versatility. In his three years at Georgia, he played both guard and tackle.
<p>Having a line as weak as Cincinnati’s, adding a guy who can switch positions every now and then when it is called upon will be hard to pass up for coach Lewis and owner Mike Brown. In his three seasons at Georgia, Wynn had a total of 2,609 pass blocking snaps and he only allowed a total of 26 pressures (Stats by Pro Football Focus). Just think about that, that’s less than one percent. Its crazy to think how consistent Wynn has played the last three seasons for the Bulldogs. It’s also crazy to think the Bengals will be in a position to steal him this late in the draft. Drafting Wynn and pairing him with Glenn will definitely help solve a lot of the Bengals woes with their offensive line come 2018.</p>
<p> </p>. OG. Georgia