Full San Francisco 49ers mock 2020 NFL Draft: Post-bye week edition

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LINCOLN, NE – OCTOBER 07: Offensive lineman Tyler Biadasz #61 of the Wisconsin Badgers snaps the ball to quarterback Alex Hornibrook #12 against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium on October 7, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)


Tyler Biadasz

Center, Badgers

I’ve been high on Tyler Biadasz several times throughout this season, and I’m doing so again here.

It’s sort of hard to pinpoint where Biadasz could be drafted, as interior linemen tend to fluctuate in value during the NFL Draft process.

For me, however, Biadasz is well worth an investment late in the first round as the best interior blocker in the 2020 draft pool.

I’ll quote myself in my previous article as to why Biadasz makes so much sense:

Center Tyler Biadasz may be the best interior blocker in college football. And with interior blocking more and more important in the passing era of the NFL today, Biadasz may be picked earlier than people suspect.

What makes Biadasz such an attractive prospect is his ability to protect in both the pass and run game. He’s strong but also agile, and uses that combination of strength and speed (as well as technique) to be a premium blocker.

Not a sexy pick, but a solid one. And Biadasz could easily wind up becoming quite the upgrade over any of the Niners’ interior blockers up front in a short amount of time.

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