The NFL Draft is always full of twists and turns as teams look to stock up on young and cap friendly talent. The Dallas Cowboys are a franchise who are always cap conscious and prefer to look at having themselves covered in coming years.
Despite being a pro-bowl selection in 2022, Center Tyler Biadasz is in the final year of his contract and may be a player the Dallas Cowboys are unwilling to pay. They could do themselves a favor by going back to an old familiar well for his replacement. Wisconsin Center Joe Tippmann has an unusual build for the position, but he held down the middle for the Badgers with flying colors.
THE DALLAS COWBOYS COULD HAVE THEIR THIRD WISCONSIN CENTER IN THE PAST DECADE WITH JOE TIPPMANN.
Joe Tippmann is a two time All-Big 10 honorable mention as well Academic All-Big 10. He excels in the run game with a quick get off and longer than usual frame for a Center. His work in pass protection isn’t too bad either, giving up only one sack in 2022.
His long frame makes Joe Tippmann unique but is also the biggest knock against him. At 6’6″ defenders are sometimes able to work under him or get in his body and control him. Otherwise, he’s a fantastic, high IQ player. His intelligence plus solid athleticism makes him worthy of the NFL.
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WHERE JOE TIPPMANN WILL BE DRAFTED: Some teams prefer the prototypical player, so Joe Tippmann at 6’6″ could fall on some boards. Others may see his athleticism and feel he can function well at the position. With him not being preferred by several teams in the draft look for Tippmann to be selected in the 3rd to 4th round. The Dallas Cowboys could begin to consider this player if he falls to their 4th round selection.