No. 2: IOL Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
The Cleveland Browns need to vastly improve its offensive line. Signing right tackle Jack Conklin in free agency will help but more needs to be done. Enter Wisconsin’s Tyler Biadasz.
With the versatility to play guard or center, Biadasz can compete for the open right guard position from day one while also capable of being the backup center to J.C. Tretter. And two or three years down the line maybe he replaces Tretter at center.
The 2019 Remington Trophy winner as the nation’s top center, Biadasz continues the tradition of excellent Wisconsin offensive linemen. With solid strength and mobility that is required of an NFL interior lineman, Biadasz should fit well into Cleveland’s new zone-blocking scheme.
As a three-season starter for the Badgers, Tyler Biadasz has all the major college football playing experience that you can ask for out of a prospect. And attending ‘O-Line U’ and getting a hypothetical doctorate degree in offensive line play should help his draft stock.
Being projected to be picked anywhere from the second to fourth rounds of the 2020 draft, Biadasz would be an excellent addition for new offensive line coach Bill Callahan to help mold and develop into an excellent pro.