Mock Draft Watch

2020 Mock Draft Watch 1.0


No. 22 – WR Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado

There are a handful of teams that found themselves in desperate need of an upgrade at the wide receiver position by year's end. In a pass-happy league, there is more of an emphasis of finding a player who is able to make plays downfield. Buffalo had John Brown but can he be trusted long-term? They need more production at the position regardless.

No. 22 – EDGE/OLB K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU

Chaisson (6-4, 250 pounds) has a great name for an elite, active defender who chases after quarterbacks and running backs alike. He has 6.5 sacks during LSU's run to the CFP national championship game, and like several teammates, his draft stock has shot up throughout the season. He is a bit of a hybrid player who can work well in the Bills' 4-3 to replace retiring Lorenzo Alexander on the weak side.

No. 22 – WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

The Bills have one massive hole on their squad: wide receiver. Luckily for Buffalo, the 2020 draft class is stacked at pass catcher -- and landing Higgins at No. 22 is an absolute steal.

No. 54 – DT Neville Galliore, Oklahoma

No. 22 – WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

While there is pass-catching talent on the Bills, their top three wide receivers in 2019 were all under 5-foot-10 (John Brown, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie). Giving quarterback Josh Allen a tall, rangy target with a tremendous catch radius like Higgins should only help his development as a passer.

No. 54 – CB Damon Arnette, Ohio State

No. 22 – CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah

Johnson has been a riser up PFF's board all year and has instincts for the position on par with any corner in this class. He's talked before about how tape study led to his pick-six against Washington, and that would fit in nicely in Sean McDermott's defense.

No. 22 – EDGE A.J. Epenesa, Iowa

Epenesa comes in and starts on the edge if Shaq Lawson isn't retained in free agency. He's a three-down player with NFL size, power, and an ascending arsenal of pass-rush moves.

No. 22 – WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

Josh Allen has accuracy issues so he needs playmakers that have a wide catch radius, Higgins is just that. A jump ball specialist along with being a beast after the catch. Just another impact WR in the long line of them out of Clemson.

Higgins didn't have the College Football Playoff some expected due to injuries and a tough LSU secondary, but you can see the talent he brings to the NFL on his impressive long touchdown run in the championship.