3. Tyler Biadasz | Wisconsin | Center | 82nd overall
Lloyd Cushenberry III was not available this time around. He went 14 picks earlier to the New York Jets, who own the fourth pick in the third round. The Dallas Cowboys don’t settle at the center spot, taking Tyler Biadasz.
The Cowboys replace Travis Frederick, a Wisconsin product, with another Wisconsin player. Like Frederick, Biadasz is also from the state of Wisconsin.
He stands at six-foot-four, 314 pounds. He was a three-year starter at Wisconsin, who is known for his rush blocking skills.
In 2017, he was named to the Third Team All-Big Ten. He did better in 2018 and 2019, landing on the First Team All-Big Ten. He was also awarded the Rimington Trophy last year and was voted Unanimous All-American. His major in college was personal finance.