|Wide receiver Andy Isabella caught the attention of the new regime in Arizona and the team made a significant investment by selecting him with a second round draft pick. Isabella's incredible speed jumped off the page as he turned in the fastest 40-yard-dash time at the NFL Combine, tying fellow second-rounder Parris Campbell with his 4.31 sprint.
Isabella isn't just a fast player with no production, however. He absolutely lit up the stat sheet during his time at UMass, including back-to-back 1,000-yard, 10-plus-touchdown seasons in his junior and senior years. His final season at UMass saw him catch 102 passes for 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns. While undersized at 5'9", 188 lbs, Isabella produced primarily from the outside in college where he was a deep threat specialist who used his world class speed and agility to absolutely torch defensive backs.
Despite being an outside receiver throughout most of his time in college, he was moved to play primarily out of the slot at the Senior Bowl. Jon Gruden and the Raiders coaching staff seemed to stereotype him into being a slot receiver and, not surprisingly, he was not particularly successful in a role where he was running almost exclusively short routes.
Kingsbury and the Cardinals obviously see something in Isabella, however, and it would not be surprising to see him play significant snaps for the Cardinals this season, particularly in three-or-more receiver sets where he can play on the outside while Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald man the slot. The Kingbury offense makes use of the deep passing game better than almost any other system, however, so there could be some big plays for Isabella here in 2019. Those plays are often difficult to predict and even harder to trust for fantasy owners, so Isabella will almost certainly remain undrafted in many leagues. He does have interesting weekly upside in best ball formats, and he could become a starting wide receiver in a potentially high-powered offense which makes him very intriguing as a late-first or early-second round pick in dynasty leagues.