It’s a long time until the 2020 NFL Draft commences, but that doesn’t stop Todd McShay from producing his early projections. And his latest mock draft has one Wisconsin offensive lineman slotted as a first-round draft pick.

Todd McShay recently released his 2020 NFL Draft projections, naming five B1G players as first-round draft picks. Among those names was Wisconsin offensive lineman Tyler Biadasz.

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McShay has Biadasz as a mid-first rounder, filling the No. 23 slot. Why so high on the Badgers’ lineman?

Biadasz has started every game at center over the past two seasons. He is a positional run-blocker who does a good job of walling off his assignments, though he’s not a powerful drive blocker who regularly moves defenders off the ball. Biadasz has above-average range and takes sound angles when climbing to the second level. He gets set quickly in pass protection, but power rushers give him some problems.

Biadasz is considered to be a potential All-B1G and All-American selection by the end of the college football season.

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