Wyatt Davis projects well as a starting right guard at the NFL level and it should not take him very long to work himself into that role. Davis should be expected to claim a starting role during his rookie season in the NFL—thanks in large part to impressive NFL bloodlines and the mauling presence up front that will help create ample space in the run game. Davis is at his best on inside zone, where his blend of lateral mobility and functional power can combine to push and uproot defenders at the point of attack to create gaping lanes for his ball carriers. Davis is a multi-year starter with the Buckeyes and although his play peaked in 2019, there's a clear and obvious ceiling with Davis' game that would make him a game-changing presence up front along an NFL offensive line. Teams who implement more frequent outside zone concepts will need to provide some added focus to securing and sustaining blocks after first contact if they hope to unlock the best of what Davis has to offer, but a large part of his appeal is that he's got the physical tools to execute any kind of concept at a high level. Teams who love maulers are going to find him hard to ignore.
Ideal Role: Starting Right Guard (Plug & Play)
Scheme Fit: Scheme diverse but trends best in an inside zone heavy rush attack.
Written by Kyle Crabbs