Michel was dazzling runner for the Bulldogs, splitting time with Nick Chubb last autumn to rumble for a career-best 1,227 yards at 7.9 yards per attempt.
"He reminds me of Todd Gurley and he's from the same school," one scout told Bob McGinn of BobMcGinnFootball.com. "Is he explosive and can he catch the ball? Good pass blocker. Good hands. The other nice thing is, he has not taken a beating because they alternate backs there."
"Most of the league looks at him as a guard, but he fits what Dante Scarnecchia, the offensive line coach in New England, looks for," NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock said of Wynn. "He's a left-tackle conversion for most of the league; however, in New England he might be a left tackle. He pops out of his stance, he fits a zone scheme. He's one of the best quick-set pass protectors I've seen in college football in years."
The Patriots surprised some by refusing to pick a quarterback at the back end of the first round, but New England has found a pair of players who will contribute right away.