No. 52 SDE
Biadasz was a dominant force in 2015, and has the makings of one of those in-state "sleepers" who will blossom into a solid contributor to the Wisconsin defense in years to come.
In the Division 4 WIAA championship game alone, he blocked two punts and forced a fumble in Amherst's 42-0 win over Spencer-Columbus. A two-time WFCA first-team all-state selection, he comes to Madison after an impressive senior year where he was awarded the Tim Krumrie Award as the most outstanding defensive lineman in the state.
Rivals: ; Grade: 5.6; No. 50 DT; No. 6 Wisconsin
ESPN: ; Grade: 73; No. 80 DT; No. 140 Regional; No. 6 Wisconsin
247: ; Grade: 83; No. 67 SDE; No.9 Wisconsin
Scout: ; No. 88 DE; No. 18 Midwest DE; No. 1 Wisconsin DE
Biadasz was the then-sixth verbal commitment to Wisconsin's class of 2016 back in the summer. He held offers from Illinois State, Western Illinois, and South Dakota State.
Senior: 53 tackles, 9 tackles for loss, 4 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, an interception, and two defensive touchdowns
Junior: 77 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and 5 sacks
2015 Tim Krumrie Award for most outstanding defensive lineman; Two-time WFCA all-state selection