Wynn started all 15 games at left tackle for Georgia in 2017 after cross-training at guard and tackle his first three seasons. Wynn was second-team All-SEC pick as a senior but NFL coaches likely view him as a guard because of his height and frame.
A natural mover with good knee bend and overall flexibility, Wynn could be a tackle but his height will be prohibitive in the NFL. Wynn shows bounce in his feet to effortlessly slide and mirror edge rushers. He is always in a ready position with his hands, staying relaxed before extending to punch and control the point of attack. In the run game, he's quick to attack and run his feet to move bodies from the hole.
While he played primarily left tackle at the college level, Wynn has a guard body with his shorter stature and average arm length. But with 19 career starts inside at left guard, teams won't need to guess what Wynn will be as a position projection. He could potentially move back outside in the NFL as a quick band-aid, but similar to Zack Martin and other college tackles who moved inside for the pro game, Wynn's skill-set is ideally suited for the guard position where he is a plug-and-play starter.
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