Mock Draft Watch

2020 Mock Draft Watch 10.0


No. 54 - CB Kristian Fulton, LSU

An athletic cornerback with the smooth hips, Fulton has the ability to fortify Buffalo's cornerback spot as a future starter.

No. 86 - DE Jonathan Greenard, Florida

No. 54 – CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah

A fluid athlete, Johnson has started 29 games over three seasons and has seven career interceptions and 28 passes defended.

No. 86 – EDGE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

No. 54 – DE Marlon Davidson, Auburn

The Bills signed Mario Addison this offseason, but Shaq Lawson signed with Miami and 31-year-old Jerry Hughes had offseason wrist and groin surgeries. Davidson is a good value at this point.

No. 54 – RB Cam Akers, Florida State

No. 86 – EDGE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

No. 54 – OT Ezra Cleveland, Boise State

... Cleveland (6-6, 311 pounds) has raw skills that can quickly develop; his quickness and agility give him great upside. He is fluid with his hands and legs in pass protection.

No. 86 – EDGE Jonathan Greenard, Florida State

The Bills need depth to help them get to the passer with Shaq Lawson gone. Greenard (6-3, 263 pounds) is a smart defender who knows how to uses his athleticism to get after the quarterback and work upfield against the run.

No. 54 – OT Ezra Cleveland, Boise State

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No. 54 – EDGE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

No. 54 – S Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois

Yes, Buffalo has other, more obvious needs, but Chinn is part of the future as a "positionless" defender.

MOCK TRADE via Dallas Cowboys No. 82 – CB Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State

The Bills see the length, instincts, and feisty nature in Dantzler and make a move to get him.

No. 54 – RB J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State

Dobbins and Singletary in the backfield would be a welcome duo for Josh Allen, who is looking to take another step forward in Year 3.

No. 86 – EDGE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

Taylor is quietly one of the best pass rushers in this draft and Buffalo is all about restocking its defense this offseason.

No. 54 – EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

With Shaq Lawson gone, the Bills need some younger depth to help them get to the quarterback. Weaver (6-2, 265 pounds) is a high-energy pass rusher with some untapped upside as he makes the jump to the NFL.

No. 54 – EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

I've been trying to will it into existence. Weaver is a perfect long-term replacement for Jerry Hughes.

No. 54 – EDGE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

No. 86 – WR Bryan Edwards, South Carolina

No. 128 – CB Troy Pride Jr, Notre Dame

No. 167 – RB Javon Leake, Maryland

No. 188 – S J.R. Reed, Georgia

No. 207 – LB Shaquille Quarterman, Miami

No. 239 – TE Sean McKeon, Michigan

No. 54 – RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

Pairing Taylor with Devin Singletary gives the Bills an excellent 1-2 punch for the future.

No. 86 – EDGE Alton Robinson, Syracuse

No. 128 – CB Michael Ojemudia, Iowa

No. 167 – DT Benito Jones, Ole Miss

No. 188 – P Branden Mann, Texas A&M

No. 207 – S Tanner Muse, Clemson

No. 239 – WR Jauan Jennings, Tennessee

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