A lot of it is the type of routes he was asked to run. Mostly vertical routes. Secondly, he’s only a RS Sophomore. The ball was designed to go to A.J. Brown in most situations. Andy Isabella did most of his damage against UGA matched up with backups and 3rd stringers with little to no experience after the game had already long been decided. Isabella and Metcalf are two completely different receivers asked to do completely different things against a completely different level of competition week in and week out. Isabella should be a great pro, but in an entirely different role than Metcalf. It’s the physical upside with Metcalf that you have to project. The tools and youth are there to be the most physically dominant receiver in the NFL. You can’t make that projection with any other receiver in this class. Risk? Sure. But the reward is greater also.