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Pitt NFL Draft Projections: Adam Bisnowaty

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Yet another Pitt football player with aspirations of being selected in the upcoming draft is offensive tackle Adam Bisnowaty. Like Dorian Johnson, who was profiled earlier, Bisnowaty helped pave the way for big rushing seasons for James Conner and Qadree Ollison.

Bisnowaty also brings plenty of experience to the table. Biz was a four-year starter at Pitt and made the All-ACC First Team in his last two seasons. He started 43 of his 45 career games and leaves a big hole at tackle this season.

Once seen as a potential high-round pick, Bisnowaty's stock seems to have slid a bit this year. He still looks like a guy that will definitely be taken but he's mostly seen as a later-middle round guy. NFL.com has him as a fifth rounder. SBNation, FWIW, thinks he's one of the best seniors available. In a senior-only draft, in fact, they say he would go seventh overall.

Where do you think will Bisnowaty be taken in the draft?

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