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Andy Isabella
09-10-2019 05:41 AM
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D.J. Swearinger Jersey , WRSchool: UMass | Conference: IndependentCollege Experience: Senior | Age: 22Height / Weight: 5’9” / 186 lbsProjected Draft Status: 3rd RoundNFL Comparison: Former NFL Player Wes WelkerCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewFor those dismissing Andy Isabella’s ability as a game changing receiver due to his size, it’s time to take notice....he is the real deal. Isabella was a 3-star recruit coming out of Mayfield, Ohio, where he was the Division I State Champion in the 100m dash as a Senior at Mayfield High School. Despite his blazing speed, he was overlooked by the Power 5 football schools because of his smaller build. Without an offer from a major program, he accepted a chance to play for Coach Mark Whipple at UMass. Isabella flourished with the Minutemen, especially in his Senior year. In 2018, he led the country in receiving yards (1698) and receiving yards per game (141.5); and was second in the nation in receptions (102). This effort was solid enough to make him a runner-up for the Biletnikoff Award (Nation’s top receiver) and garnered him AP Second-Team All-American honors.While some may look at those numbers and just chalk them up to playing against inferior teams, he regularly stepped up his efforts versus top competition. This was highlighted by the last game of 2018 where the Senior WR torched the Georgia Bulldog’s secondary to the tune of 15 receptions, 219 yards and 2 touchdowns.Isabella received an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl and showed well in Mobile, Alabama.He received regular praise from analysts during the practice week and shined on game day (7 catches, 74 yards and 1 TD).However his most notable take away from Senior Bowl week was when he told reporters that he runs a 4.26 40-yard dash (we’ll see about that in Indy).He is now rumored to be working out in Florida with Hall of Famer Randy Moss in preparation for the combine. StrengthsHas plenty of speed, with multiple gears, that can take the top off of a defense and create issues for opposing coordinatorsShows excellent short area quickness that makes him elusive and allows him to rack up YACConsistently runs clean routes and makes lightning fast cuts that allow him to get open regularlyPlays with good balance and can be “slippery” for tacklersAppears to have a high football IQ as he regularly finds the soft spots in zone coveragePlays with a high motor and is a tough competitorWeaknessesShort height and arm length give him a small catch radius for an NFL receiverHe needs to get stronger as he does not do well when attempting to make tough contested catches against physical defensive backsBlocking leaves a lot to be desired as he doesn’t get a lot of push on his defenderSmall hands (8.5 inches) may be of concern to a few clubsLet’s See His WorkHow He Would Fit The RedskinsAs it stands now (Spoiler Alert!) the Redskins need help at wide receiver on multiple levels. We are lacking a true #1 WR and we could very well be losing our primary slot receiver, Jamison Crowder, to free agency. By adding Isabella to the mix, the Redskins would be gaining field stretching speed and a reliable target for whoever is going to be taking the helm at QB for us this year. While he could play on the outside, Isabella is best suited to play in the slot. While the team already employs last years Mr. Irrelevant, Trey Quinn, who can take over the slot role if Crowder was to depart via free agency, Isabella would represent a much better upgrade. Quinn doesn’t possess nearly the physical talents or sharpened skill set that Isabella has. Also, with Isabella’s speed and short area burst, he would be able to come in on day one and replace Crowder as the team’s primary punt returner. Even if Crowder stays with the team I can’t image anyone wants to see him fielding more punts. He put way too many of them on the turf. It has been a while since the Redskins have had a true threat on special teams. Isabella could be that guy.There will be plenty of fans who will be calling for a WR with a prototypical build to be drafted as the receiver that we had hoped Josh Doctson would be. A true #1 with a combination of speed and size. While Isabella clearly lacks the size, he does possess game breaking speed. He also has the ability to get wide open; probably more so than any other WR prospect in this draft. With his penchant for being a ball hog at the position, it might be wise for the Redskins to overlook his shortcomings and realize the potential he has. Will Bruce and company have that type of vision come draft time? Stay tuned Skins fans. Predict the Redskins picks for some sweet prizes"Draft! Mocks! Contests! It’s draft week, and the Redskins head into this extended weekend with 9 picks. This also means that it’s time for our annual contest to test your ability to predict the players and positions the Redskins will pick this year. Post your best guess at the Redskins picks. This year’s prizes will be whatever I have left in my Redskins swag bag.Fanspeak's Mock Draft SimulatorContest Rules:1. There is only one entry allowed per person.The last mock draft that you post in the contest thread before the deadline will be considered your entry.2. No trades allowed. You are only picking for the 9 draft picks the Redskins currently have in the 2019 NFL Draft. (15, 46, 76, 96, 153, 173, 206, 227, 253)3. Tie Breaker Guess must be included in your final entry.4. You must use the official Contest Entry Template provided or your entry will not count.5. The deadline for entries is Thursday, April, 25, 2019 at 7:59 pm EST.6. Any prizes will be determined by Hogs Haven.7. Winner will be announced April 29th, 2019 - May 6, 20198. You must designate 1 position for a player, and it must be a position they play or project to play in the NFL. All safeties(FS or SS) will count as one position.Defensive linemen(DE or DT) will count as one position(DL).(All other positions will be subject to Hogs Haven staff's discretion)Scoring:1 point: Guess the correct position of any draft pickex: If you have 2 RBs in your draft and only 1 is selected, you only score 1 time6 points: Guess the correct position in the correct roundex: If you mock a WR in the 6th round and the Redskins draft one there Zach Brown Jersey , 6 points for you11 points: Guess the correct playerex: If you pick Juan Thornhill in the 5th but he is picked by the Skins in the 3rd, that's 11 points.20 points: guess the correct player in the correct roundex: The big scorer.100% accuracy on player and round will help you win this contestTie Breaker:In the event of a tie, the judges will use the contestant's tiebreaker entries to determine a winner.Tiebreaker Question: How many trades will occur during the 2019 Draft?Washington Redskins Sample Draft:Round 1(#15): Brian Burns, OL, Florida StateRound 2(#46): N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateRound 3(#76): Will Grier, QB, WVURound 3(#96): Connor McGovern, OG, Penn StateRound 5(#153): Marvel Tell III, S, USCRound 5(#173): Michael Jackson, CB, MiamiRound 6(#206): Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, TexasRound 7(#227): Gary Johnson, ILB, TexasRound 7(#253): Zach Gentry, TE, MichiganSample Entry:Round 1(#15): T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa Points = 1(Correct Position)Round 2(#46): N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State Points = 20(Correct Player in Correct Round)Round 3(#76): Nate Davis, OG, Charlotte-UNC Points = 6(Correct Position in Correct Round)Round 3(#96): Jarrett Stidham, QB, AuburnPoints = 6(Correct Position in Correct Round)Round 5(#153): David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State Points =0(Player and position not selected)Round 5(#173): Gary Johnson, ILB, Texas Points = 11(Correct Player)Round 6(#206): Albert Huggins, DE, Clemson Points =0(Player and position not selected)Round 7(#227): Blace Brown, CB, Troy Points = 1(Correct Position)Round 7(#253): Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas Points = 11(Correct Player)Tiebreaker: 13Contest Entry Template:Round 1(#15): Round 2(#46): Round 3(#76): Round 3(#96): Round 5(#153): Round 5(#173): Round 6(#206): Round 7(#227): Round 7(#253):Tiebreaker:
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