Pick #113 – Tyler Biadasz, iOL, Wisconsin
As the leader of a great offensive line at Wisconsin, Biadasz won the Rimington Award for the best center in the country – he can provide a backup/successor to Matt Paradis and also create some depth at guard behind starters John Miller and Dennis Daley/Greg Little on the inside. He moves folks on the line and battled through an injury in 2019 – if his medicals pass mustard (or if they don’t need him to play immediately) he could be a great value.
Also Considered: Jason Strowbridge, iDL, UNC, Hakeem Adenjii, T, Kansas, Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming
Pick #152 – James Lynch, DL, Baylor
You knew this was coming, right?
While Lynch might even be in play at pick 113, if the Panthers don’t make the exact trade with the Jets that I proposed and have two picks in five slots during the fifth round, don’t expect Lynch to make it past #152. Someone who knows both Rhule and Snow and can help his teammates learn what is said to be a complicated Phil Snow defensive scheme, Lynch has the motor and football IQ to be worth a flyer on Day 3.
Also Considered: Julian Blackmon, S, Utah, Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin