Who is the Dallas Cowboys next Pro Bowl offensive lineman?

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Tyler Biadasz, Dallas Cowboys

Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin Badgers (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Which Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman is set to become a Pro Bowler?

The Dallas Cowboys have drafted and developed great offensive linemen for a very long time. From Larry Allen to Tyron Smith, the Cowboys have always run through a great offensive line.

The team has some good young players in their depth chart that will look to add themself to the list of great Cowboys offensive linemen. Who is set to be the next Pro Bowler?

Tyler Biadasz, C

After the sudden yet not so sudden retirement of Travis Frederick, the Dallas Cowboys made sure they kept guard/center Joe Looney around. For insurance and long-term security, they drafted center Tyler Biadasz.

The 2020 fourth-round pick enjoyed a great college career with the Wisconsin Badgers, the same college Frederick went to. In all three seasons, Biadasz garnered a lot of attention.

In his redshirt freshman season, he started in all 14 games. This saw him named as a Freshman All-American and a third-team Big 10.

The 2018 season was another step up in the right direction. He received first-team all-conference notice. The impressive resume wouldn’t stop there.

After having hip surgery, Biadasz still started all 14 games in 2019. This helped him to be named the best center in America, a finalist as the best interior offensive lineman, first-team All-American, and first-team Big 10 honors.

Part of being a good offensive lineman is helping the running back perform. Well, he helped Jonathan Taylor top 2,000+ yards in back-to-back seasons and was only 23 yards away from passing that mark in 2017.

It’s safe to say there are a ton of people that know Biadasz is a great player. Another great thing in common he has with Frederick other than going to the same college is his communication before the snap.

While Looney is the starter right now, Biadasz will have an opportunity to be the starter by the end of the season. If he does end up winning the job, he will still need two/three seasons to develop. If he does end up being as good as advertised, he can be a Pro Bowler by the time his rookie deal ends.

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