1. Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin 6-3, 321 (C) (2)
Why He’s Here On The List: In an okay year for interior linemen, Biadasz is the rock of a blocker who won’t get you beat. That might not seem exciting, but if you want a starting NFL center, here’s a starting NFL center. He won’t be a gamechanger for a line, but he’ll be a leader and a pro in every way for a team to rely on.
What The NFL Types Want To See: It sounds basic, but the bench press should be a big deal. It’s not the be-all-end-all for a player, but considering Biadasz’s ability and technique, the brutish raw power would help cement him as one of the top centers.
Bottom Line: Yet another fantastic Wisconsin offensive linemen who’ll do everything exactly as you’d expect. He’s not going to be dominant in pass protection, and he’s not the blaster of a blocker you might think he’d be, but he’s got the size, the technique, and the experience to be a starter right out of the box. He’s just a very, very good all-around blocker.