Wisconsin's Tyler Biadasz earns high honors from Pro Football Focus
To be considered among the best of the best is an honor, no matter the profession.
It’s also an honor no matter who bestows that upon you, but for football players, it means even more when a website like Pro Football Focus throws some accolades their way.
Multiple players across the college football landscape are undoubtedly feeling that after PFF released an article featured the best college football player at every position on the field (through Week 5). This list features the who’s who of college football, and many of these players should go on to have tremendous careers in the NFL. At the very least, they’ll likely be drafted high.
West Virginia quarterback Will Grier is probably the most notable name on the list, but it is worth noting that the Big Ten, and Wisconsin, in particular, is represented as well.
Sophomore center Tyler Biadasz is considered to be tops at his position in college football, per PFF. Here’s their take on the 6-foot-3, 320 pound phenom:
That nation’s top projected center coming into the season, Biadasz has continued his strong play while allowing only three pressures and ranking second among centers with a run-blocking grade of 82.7.
Heading into the season Biadasz was featured on the Outland Trophy Watch list — an award that goes to the nation’s top offensive lineman — and he hasn’t done anything so far to take himself out of the running for the prestigious honor.
Biadasz redshirted his first season at Wisconsin before earning freshman All-America honors from the FWAA and USA Today in his redshirt freshman season. He was also a consensus third-team All-Big Ten selection, and his well on his way towards more honors this season.