Isaiah Wynn is the new star to join the New England Patriots. He will bring a fresh kick in the game, and the information was first confirmed by Field Yates of ESPN.
Everything seems fine now that the Patriots have put their hands on the new top overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Wynn was accepted with the No. 23 overall pick out of Georgia.
There’s not much information about his salary, but it was projected to estimate $11,442,129 with a marvelous $6,4010,548 signing bonus. Let’s not forget the $2,080,387 cap hit for this season.
Isiah Wynn will shake things up in the team. He’s know to do magic on both the guard and tackle spots. The 6-foot-3 player doesn’t look like a typical starting blindside tackle in the League. However, Dante Scarnecchia has already told everyone that “the proof is in the pudding.”
“He’s played left tackle in the best conference in America [and] played it pretty good. We’re going to take a look at it and see how it goes. … We look for three traits — smart, tough and athletic enough to play the position — and he’s got all three. We’ll see if that translates to this level,” Scarnecchia said.
Wonder what makes Wynn an ideal pick for this position? It’s his speed and the sound technique. Let’s see what happens on the blindside.
“I believe I’m very physical and I’m quick off the ball. My point of attack is good as well as my technique. I’m kind of a perfectionist when it comes to my technique so I feel like I can contribute that to the team,” Wynn said.
Many say Wynn will bring along his leadership in the locker room, as he is the former captain of the Bulldogs. That would fit well with his personality.