2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about TYLER BIADASZ: Wisconsin, 6035 314 5.25. Junior entry, three-year starter, Amherst, WI. Never missed a game. First-team All Big 10 in both 2019 and 2018, third-team in 2017. Unanimous first-team All America in 2019, honorable mention in 2018. And lastly, the 2019 Rimington Trophy Winner and Outland Trophy Finalist. Is a widely respected and accomplished center for an offensive line that produced three straight 1,900 yard rush seasons. He was the leader of that group and one of the architects of the entire offense with how much he was responsible for at the point of attack mentally. Has NFL starter written all over him. Has the tools to be an elite center and probable week one contributor. If he can fix some of his technique red flags, there will be very few chinks in his armor. Powerful and stout with a pair of vice grip hands that will lock onto defenders with no release in sight. Possesses a death grip. Has the athletic ability to get out into space as a lead blocker with full control and balance. Can pull out laterally after snapping the ball with ease. Turns the corner tight with a forward lean and quickly zeroes in on his target. A wrecking ball when he gets going that will put defenders onto their backside. A true finisher who doesn’t consider the job complete until his assignment is either on the ground or out of the screen. Excellent on combo blocks, makes seamless transitions. Intelligent and experienced player who is fully capable of making line calls and directing traffic. Doesn’t always play with proper balance and footwork. Gets top heavy and will over lean which makes him susceptible to double moves. Overextends at times when approaching the second level. Lacks the lower body twitch to recover. Pass blocking skills are inconsistent. Medical exclusion at Combine. Second/third round. (A-32 1/4, H-10, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).