Penn State football mock draft: Stock up/down after the Senior Bowl

Four Nittany Lions went to Mobile Alabama for the Senior Bowl and two impressed enough to boost their draft stock with the NFL combine just a month away.

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Adisa Isaac. EDGE. Adisa Isaac. (2nd round). Adisa Isaac. . 43. 44. . player

One of the stars of the week in Mobile, Isaac routined dominated offensive linemen in practices and the game on Saturday. 

Isaac outpaced Robinson in terms of sacks and pressures in 2023, but his pass-rush win rate of 13.0% lagged behind Robinson’s 20.9%. Considering Robinson is over a year younger with better physical traits, he’ll likely be taken before Isaac, but if Isaac has elite testing numbers at the combine then he could sneak into the first round and overtake his teammate. 

The Falcons are a great fit for Isaac with a new defensive-minded head coach in Raheem Morris. Back in 2022, Atlanta selected former Nittany Lion Arnold Ebiketie with the sixth pick of the second round, but the team is still searching for an elite pass-rusher.