Adam Bisnowaty

School:  Pitt Panthers
College Experience: Senior
Height/Weight: 6’6″ / 305
All-Star Invite: Senior Bowl
Twitter: N/A



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2015: An All-ACC selection at offensive tackle by the coaches (first team) and media (second team)…finished fourth in the coaches’ voting for the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy…started all 12 games he played in, missing only the Sept. 12 Akron contest due to an ankle injury…named to the ACC All-Academic Football Team for the third consecutive season.

2014: Played in 11 games, starting 10 at left offensive tackle…missed the Nov. 22 Syracuse game with an ankle injury…named to the ACC All-Academic Football Team for the second consecutive season.

2013: Played in nine games, starting eight contests at left offensive tackle in his first active collegiate season…missed the season’s final four contests due to a back injury…ACC All-Academic Football Team honoree.

2012: Redshirted as a true freshman…Big East All-Academic Football Team honoree.

HIGH SCHOOL: One of Pennsylvania’s most heavily recruited players…three-year starter and four-year letterman at Fox Chapel who played offensive guard and tackle during his career…rated the No. 6 overall prospect in Pennsylvania and the nation’s No. 19 offensive tackle by Rivals…selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, which showcased 100 of the country’s premier senior players at Chase Field in Phoenix…Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Fabulous 22″…Pittsburgh Tribune-Review “Terrific 25″… Pennsylvania Football News All-Class AAAA…also was an all-conference performer at defensive tackle…compiled 49.5 tackles, three forced fumbles and two blocked kicks on defense…led team to the WPIAL Class AAAA playoffs as a senior…played under Coach Eric Ravotti…also participated in wrestling and track and field at Fox Chapel.

PERSONAL: Adam Matthew Bisnowaty, born 12/14/93, is the son of Miron and Randi Bisnowaty…has one sister…graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in communications and is now pursuing his graduate work in health and fitness in Pitt’s School of Education.

Fralic was one of the most decorated offensive line to play for the Panthers. Pennsylvania Football News named him to the “All Century” team of Pennsylvania high school football players.  He was the second overall pick in the 1985 NFL Draft and named to the NFL 1980s All-Decade Team.

“He’s a heck of a player,” Fralic said of the senior left tackle. “I love the way he plays. It’s all good. That’s the way you need to go, you got to play to the whistle. I think he’s physically talented. I appreciate from what I’ve watched through the years is he is trying to get better.”



Watching Bisnowaty over the years at Pitt, I have marveled at his ability. Plenty of impressive offensive linemen have come through the Panthers program of late and personally he ranks right near the top. He may not reacht he first-round like Panthers’ Jeff Otah did in 2008 (19th overall selection), but Bisnowaty should be the first senior tackle off the 2017 NFL Draft board.

Bisnowaty makes it look easy; he is in total control of his man, directs them out of the play, quick in his stance, packs punch and looks for bodies to hit when reaching the second level. Relishes contact and shows a feisty demeanor and rarely if ever loses point of attack. Simply hounds defender the entire play. Bisnowaty has good size with long arms. He displays above average quickness along with a highly competitive nature. The combination of his long hair, nasty streak and vintage facemask make him a throwback to the positon.

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