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2020 NFL Scouting Report: Wisconsin C/OG Tyler Biadasz

Wisconsin C/OG Tyler Biadasz

Height|6’3

Weight|321 lbs.

Outland Trophy Finalist – 2019

Unanimous First-Team All-American – 2019

Dave Rimington Trophy Winner – 2019

Tyler Biadasz was a three-year starter at the University of Wisconsin. Coming out of high school, Biadasz was a three-star prospect. In high school, he played interior defensive line and when he went to Wisconsin, he made a position change to interior offensive line.

Strengths

Tyler Biadasz has above-average vision, that’s exactly what a Center needs to have to be successful. Biadasz is always moving his head after the snap to pick up A-Gap blitzes and to pick up the proper player.

The one thing that I am very impressed with Biadasz is his athletic ability. He is a 300 plus pounds and he is highly mobile for his size. He plays until the whistle stops, he does not have an off button. Has the speed and footwork to get out in the open field for screens and counters. Great hustle to the second level to block the linebackers, he did this a bunch when he was at Wisconsin.

Biadasz has an extremely strong upper body, controls his defender. You rarely see players shed off his strong and powerful blocks. He also has great positioning when moving up to the second level. He is also very good at countering his defender’s first move.

Weaknesses

Just like all players, Biadasz has weaknesses too. Most interior lineman struggle with lack of arm length so does Biadasz. There has been a comparison that I have been hearing and I think it’s pretty accurate, Biadasz would have a hard time blocking Aaron Donald because of his quickness, but should not have a problem blocking someone like Damon “Snacks” Harrison because his lack of speed and Biadasz is so strong, he can hold off someone like Snacks Harrison.

Biadasz’s biggest flaw is his balance. He is known to drop to his knees once he starts to get overpowered. When he gets to the second level, he tends to lung towards defenders which makes him lose his balance.

Tyler Biadasz Projection

Biadasz best fit would be mid to late first-round pick. I could see going to the Seattle Seahawks or the Miami Dolphins. If he drops to the second round, he will go first overall in the second-round to the Bengals.

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