1. Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin
Even though the team re-signed Andrew Whitworth to a three-year deal, the Los Angeles Rams need to add more help on the offensive line. They need more than just depth, they need someone who could some in and start and be an impact player.
The team should be fine for the time being at both tackle spots. Whitworth is back under contract and Rob Havenstein is an above-average right tackle that just needs to stay healthy. The Rams need most of the help on the interior of the line, and unfortunately, this year’s draft class is not deep in guards.
Center Tyler Biadasz is probably the best interior lineman in the draft and he still is not someone worth takin an early first-round pick on. The projections for Biadasz vary, with Matt Miller of Bleacher Report ranking him as high as 41st and Tankathon ranking him 56th.
While his draft value may not appear that high, there is a decent chance that he goes as high as 41st, if not higher, because it is such a thin draft class at the position and he is the most valuable.
The Rams already have a solid center in Austin Blythe, which may make this selection seem useless, but Biadasz could easily transition to left or right guard and be just fine. He certainly would be better than Austin Corbett or David Edwards.