Georgia Bulldogs standout Isaiah Wilson is expected to hear his name called on Day 1 of the NFL Draft, and for good reason. The star offensive lineman is one of the biggest players in the draft, and looks like he could help anchor an o-line at the professional level. Well, to put some perspective onto just how much of a force Wilson is, someone shared an old clip of him taking a snap out of the Wildcat formation in high school. Wilson effortlessly barreled through the opposing defense en route to the end zone.
While Wilson won't be taking direct snaps in the pros, this clip illustrates just how absurdly huge the Bulldogs' lineman is. Good luck tackling that as a high schooler.
The projected first-rounder stands in at 6-foot-7 and weighs more than 300 pounds, providing an NFL-ready frame. Wilson started on Georgia's offensive line opposite Andrew Thomas and seldom allowed pressures or sacks on Jake Fromm.
An absolute wrecking ball in the trenches, Wilson is no stranger to being the biggest body on a field, as was evidenced by his high school days.