Surprising names fall to Cleveland Browns in new 7-Round mock draft
By Clay Goodwin
Round 3, Pick 90: Tyler Biadasz, Interior OL, Wisconsin
The Cleveland Browns get pick number 90 from the Houston Texans as a result of the Duke Johnson trade. Because Johnson was active for 10 games, the pick went from a 4th round pick to a 3rd. With this selection, the Browns land Tyler Biadasz.
While he played center for Wisconsin, he is capable of playing any of the three interior line spots and the Browns will use him at right guard. Biadasz cleared lanes for Jonathon Taylor for three years while starting for the Badgers. He has excellent vision and is powerful when run blocking.
Wisconsin Badgers are probably the best college program for producing quality NFL linemen. Travis Frederick, Rob Havenstein, Ricky Wagner, former Brown standout Kevin Zeitler, Ryan Ramczyk, and Browns’ legend Joe Thomas all played line for Wisconsin.
With Bill Callahan joining the Browns’ staff and being one of if not the best line coach in the league, Biadasz can definitely develop into a solid starter for the Browns.
The Browns used several players at right guard this past season, and none worked. There was no consistency or trust in the unit. Mayfield seemed impatient and ready to flee the pocket. Adding Thomas and Biadasz to the Browns’ line is going to have an immensely positive impact on the offense.