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  Isaac fits a similar profile to the one Odafe Oweh had prior to going No. 31 in the 2021 NFL Draft. While he's not quite the athletic freak Oweh is, he's still an elite athlete for the position. Isaac can beat his opponents with speed and athleticism and uses his long arms to disrupts offensive tackles when they try to get their hands on him. He didn't hit high levels of production in 2020 as a pass rusher but could be in for a breakout season in 2021. Isaac is the player who - while likely not on the radar now - could put himself firmly on the NFL radar with a high-level season. He doesn't have the safe floor of the previous three players, but Isaac could reasonably break out and find himself in the Day 1 discussion in the 2022 NFL Draft. He's a long way away from that right now - and is also an easy candidate to return for the 2022 season - but his upside is tantalizing and should put him on the NFL radar. - Centre Times

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