The best fit for Penn State prospects on Day 1 and 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft

Penn State has five players who will potentially be selected in the first three rounds of the 2024 NFL Draft. While they may want to go as high as possible, the most important thing for Olu Fashanu, Chop Robinson, and the rest of the early-round prospects, is landing in the best spot for development.
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. 2nd Round. OLB. No. 62 overall. Adisa Isaac. Adisa Isaac. player. 26. Adisa Isaac.

Adisa Isaac is a bit of a different pass-rusher than Robinson. He doesn’t have the same elite-level speed, but with his combination of speed, length, and strength has more tools in the toolkit as a pass-rusher. 

He profiles as a 3-4 outside linebacker which is a great fit in Baltimore, exactly where former Nittany Lion Odafe Oweh plays. Baltimore just lost Jadeveon Clowney in free agency, after he revitalized his career with the Ravens, and Isaac perfectly slots into that role. 

The Ravens are always looking for depth in the pass-rush and Isaac playing in a deep rotation could be ideal. As The Athletic’s Dane Brugler put it, “Isaac needs to mature his approach to be more than a flash player.” Baltimore would take advantage of those flashes while giving him plenty of time to develop into a more well-rounded edge.