Biadasz Gets Good Feedback

Having a high interest in Wisconsin and the program, Amherst (WI) junior defensive end Tyler Biadasz gets good feedback from Wisconsin defensive line coach Inoke Breckterfield.

Amherst (WI) junior defensive end Tyler Biadasz was a terror for opposing offenses last season compiling 77 tackles, four forced fumbles and six sacks. His non-stop motor and relentless work ethic has raised the eyebrows of several coaches from in the Midwest.

One of those coaches is Wisconsin’s defensive line coach Inoke Breckterfield, who got the opportunity to talk with Biadasz in person Sunday as he took an unofficial visit to Madison.

“It was a great experience, watching and talking to the coaches," Biadasz told BadgerNation. "We had a tour of Camp Randall and around campus as well. I talked to Coach Inoke Breckterfield, (and) he told me that he was impressed with my film and to keep it up.”

The 6-3, 270-pound defensive end got to take in and experience what all Wisconsin had to offer, but the top highlights of his entire trip was watching the Badgers practice and the tour of Camp Randall.

“I'm interested in Wisconsin,” said Biadasz. “I enjoyed the experience and had a fun time. I enjoyed watching the Badgers practice live and also the tour of Camp Randall Stadium. It was such a great experience.”

Biadasz currently does not have any other visits coming up.

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