Who drafted Isaiah McKenzie?

Isaiah McKenzie is a wide receiver and return specialist for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League.

He received a football scholarship to the University of Georgia and was selected in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.

Although his primary positions are wide receiver and punt returner, McKenzie has also seen action at the NFL level playing the positions of running back and cornerback.



Because of his primary role as a kick returner for the Georgia Bulldogs during his first two seasons with the team, McKenzie accumulated 195 rushing yards and 190 receiving yards throughout those seasons.

McKenzie became more important in Georgia’s passing game after Kirby Smart took over as head coach in favor of Mark Richt.

As a junior, he established himself as the leading receiver for the Bulldogs with 44 grabs, 633 receiving yards, and seven touchdowns.

Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. compared McKenzie to Antonio Brown prior to the 2017 NFL Draft due to the parallels in their kick-returning talents and quickness.

McKenzie made his NFL debut on September 11, 2017, against the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football, returning three punts for 48 net yards.

Who drafted Isaiah McKenzie?

Isaiah McKenzie was drafted by the Denver Broncos. In the 2017 NFL Draft, McKenzie was selected in the fifth round, 172nd overall.