By golly, the 2019 NFL Draft just finished up on Saturday afternoon. That does not mean experts and others are already looking ahead with their respective crystal balls to predict who could land in the first round of next year’s extravaganza.
Is it too early? Yes. However, many 2020 mock drafts shine light on at least one current Wisconsin Badgers standout. That would be center Tyler Biadasz.
Biadasz returned to Wisconsin for his redshirt junior center, spurning the potential to be drafted and begin his professional football career early. Though he did not participate in spring ball due to hip surgery, he should be ready when fall camp rolls around in late summer.
Here’s who is predicting Biadasz to go in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft in their “way-too-early” mocks:
- The Draft Network (Trevor Sikkema—No. 17 to the Cleveland Browns
- CBS Sports (Ryan Wilson)—No. 26 to the Oakland Raiders
- Bleacher Report (Matt Miller)—No. 28 to the Oakland Raiders
- Sports Illustrated (Eric Single)—No. 28 to the Cleveland Browns
- 247Sports (Josh Edwards)—No. 20 to the Dallas Cowboys
- Sporting News (Bill Bender)—No. 22 to the Green Bay Packers
- SB Nation (Dan Kadar)—No. 31 to the New Orleans Saints
- Walter Football—No. 28 to the New Orleans Saints
Out of those mock drafts listed, Jonathan Taylor also saw some love. Sporting News projected the 2018 Doak Walker Award winner being selected by the Atlanta Falcons at No. 18, while 247Sports projected the 2018 Doak Walker Award winner to the Indianapolis Colts.
What does this mean? Not a whole lot in the scheme of things, except some draft experts are giving preseason respect to two Badgers.
If we find more mocks in the coming day or two, B5Q will certainly update this post.