Philadelphia Eagles scouting: 10 Players to watch in Big Ten Championship
By Dan Parzych
Tyler Biadasz, Offensive Lineman
Ever since Wentz suffered that devastating knee injury in 2017, the Eagles have made it a priority to make sure their franchise quarterback receives the proper protection from the offensive line.
For the most part, Philadelphia’s offensive line is usually pretty solid, but since some key members are getting up there in age, it only seems fair to continue adding the necessary depth to build for the future.
Based off his impact from the previous two seasons with the Badgers, Tyler Biadasz could be a great project for the Eagles to work with, and help make sure the reliable protection for Wentz continues for years to come.
Chase Young, Edge
If April’s draft arrives, and Young is selected as the top overall pick, no one would be surprised one bit since the Ohio State defender has built a strong case for being the top player in the country at his position.
Just how great has Young been for the Buckeyes? The 16.5 sacks in 2019 while missing two games due to a suspension as well shows just how special of a player Young truly is.
After recording four sacks in the first meeting against Wisconsin, one can only imagine what Saturday’s performance could have in store for Young, especially since a win by the Buckeyes would make them a lock for a trip to the playoffs.