Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Roundup 5.0
Throughout the year and leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will update our Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Buffalo Bills from several prominent sites and draft analysts.
The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Bills:
SI - Hanson (3/11)
25. Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
Levi Wallace led Buffalo's corners in snaps played and is about to become an unrestricted free agent. Meanwhile, the team's most talented cornerback (Tre'Davious White) is recovering from a torn ACL. Although McDuffie has just average size and length, he's aggressive and physical in run support and limits yards after the catch. McDuffie has outstanding short-area quickness, fluid hips and is rarely out of position.
CBS Sports - Fornelli (3/11)
25. David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
Ojabo is still learning the position, but he's proving to be an excellent student. He was fantastic for Michigan this season and could continue to improve should he add a few more moves to his repertoire. When he gets home, he also displays a knack for separating the ball from the QB.
San Diego Union Tribune - Brown (3/10)
25. Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
Levi Wallace is facing free agency and Tre'Davious White is currently rehabbing an ACL injury. McDuffie plays bigger than his 5-11 frame. He's one of the surest tacklers at the position in this draft class and his instincts are elite.
The Draft Network - Crabbs (3/9)
25. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
Another wide receiver in Buffalo? Seriously? Yes, absolutely. The Bills will need to continue to keep the room dynamic as Emmanuel Sanders potentially transitions away and Cole Beasley searches for a trade. Yes, Gabriel Davis looks like the real deal, but for a team that runs a ton of 10-personnel, no, I don't think it is enough.
ESPN - McShay (3/9)
25. Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
Scary. That's the first word that comes to mind for an offense featuring Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and Williams. Sticking Williams' burner speed with Allen's rocket arm is a big-play recipe. Sure, he will need time to recover from an ACL tear, and yes, he's still refining his route running, but this is a luxury pick for Buffalo. Had it not been for the injury, Williams would have probably been a top-10 pick. Instead, the Bills can land him at the back end of the first round and make one of the league's highest-octane offenses that much more dynamic. And with Emmanuel Sanders and Isaiah McKenzie off to free agency, there will be targets to go around.
NFL.com - Zierlein (3/8)
25. Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
With such a deep class of pass rushers available in this draft, the Bills decide to boost their secondary in Round 1 with a cornerback who is tough and scheme-versatile.
Touchdown Wire - Schofield (3/8)
25. Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M
Once looked at as potentially a top-ten player in the draft, a shaky Combine performance combined with positional value considerations has seen Kenyon Green's stock take a bit of a hit over the past week or so.
That might make him an ideal selection for the Buffalo Bills at this point in the draft.
The Bills do not have a ton of needs, but adding at the guard spot could be listed among them. Green's film is impressive, and adding him to the group in front of Josh Allen gives both the running game and the passing game a potential boost in 2022.
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