The Seattle Seahawks are just another team that needs all the help it can get on the offensive line. Injuries played a part in the demise of the unit in 2017, but the starters themselves are far from proven, and adding a blocker with an attitude could help the unit evolve.
For this purpose, Isaiah Wynn would be a perfect fit for the Seahawks. Wynn is a bit undersized at 6-foot-2, 302, but he doesn’t often let his size get the better of him. Rather, Wynn negates the negative effect of size with his tenacious, tireless play.
Wynn is always looking for work, whether it be on the first level or the second level. He has good stamina for an NFL guard, and he utilizes that to his advantage, consistently winning wars of attrition at the line of scrimmage.
Wynn is adept at both run blocking and pass protection, and he plays with an edge, letting his physical style do the talking. Wynn could be a spark for the Seahawks’ offensive line. One player won’t solve a problem deeply rooted into the fabric of the roster, but one player can ultimately make a difference. By taking Isaiah Wynn at No. 18 in the NFL Draft, the Seahawks hope to fulfill that effect.