2016 National Signing Day: Tyler Biadasz profile

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High School Accolades: 1st team All-State (2015)

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Our View: Wisconsin lost a lot of traction with in-state recruiting during the brief Gary Andersen era, and getting a recruit like Biadasz is exactly the signal Paul Chryst and Co. needed to send to the high school football world.

Biadasz is not a burner, doesn’t wow you with amazing athleticism, but he works his rear-end off and doesn’t give up on a play. That’s not to say the athletic ability isn’t there, it just won’t jump off the screen at you like some other defensive line recruits in this class for the Badgers. On the flip side, his frame and physical development could allow him to mold in to whatever this coaching staff needs and that type of player is invaluable in any recruiting class.

He’ll be an interesting study in development for the defensive coaching staff, and if he turns in to a starter by the end of his career this coaching staff will have a lot to do with it.

Andrew Coppens

About Andrew Coppens

Andy is a member of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). He is the Managing Editor of MadTownBadger and associate editor of Bloguin's World Cup site, as well as Publisher of Big Ten site