Mock Draft Watch

2020 Mock Draft Watch 7.0


No. 54 – RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU

No. 86 – CB Troy Pride Jr, Notre Dame

No. 128 – WR Collin Johnson, Texas

No. 156 – EDGE Jonathan Garvin, Miami

No. 54 – EDGE Jabari Zuniga, Florida

Big, twitched up pass rusher with size, speed, and the ability to play at multiple spots on the line―but questions around consistency and a lack of production.

MAIN SELLING POINT: Explosive first step

No. 54 – ILB Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech

No. 86 – OG Logan Sternberg, Kentucky

No. 54 – RB JK Dobbins, Ohio State

The Bills are trying to pass the Patriots in the AFC East. A talented back such as Dobbins will help.

No. 54 – IOL Damien Lewis, LSU

The Bills have one of the more complete rosters in the NFL but could still stand to upgrade at ... guard. Enter Lewis, who bullied his way to an 82.3 run-blocking grade last season.

No. 54 – EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

By October, the average age of the Bills top three edge rushers -- Jerry Hughes, Mario Addison, and Trent Murphy -- will be a 31. Buffalo gets a big, bendy, refined rusher to pair with that group.

No. 54 – OT Lucas Niang, TCU

The Bills signed some offensive linemen last offseason, but some of them are just short-term solutions. ...

No. 86 – RB Zack Moss, Utah

Frank Gore won't be around much longer, so the Bills will need a viable backup behind Devin Singletary.

No. 54 – RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

The Buffalo Bills' roster is nearly complete but right now ... Jonathan Taylor ... is a rare blend of size, power and speed. Allen's weaponry is now among the best in football.

No. 54 – RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

There's a case that Taylor is the best back in this class. He'll be the perfect complement for Devin Singletary in Buffalo.

No. 86 – EDGE Jabari Zuniga, Florida

Zuniga fought through injuries last season but when he's 100 percent he can bring it off the edge.

No. 128 – CB Darnay Holmes, UCLA

Holmes plays bigger than his size and he'll fit right into Sean McDermott's system.

No. 167 – WR Collin Johnson, Texas

Johnson is 6-foot-4 and he moves like a much smaller receiver.

No. 188 – OL Trey Adams, Washington

If not for injuries, Adams would have been a Day 2 pick at worst. If he's healthy, he's a steal here.

No. 207 – TE Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt

Pinkney didn't test well at the combine but that shouldn't take away from an impressive 2018 season. He'll provide depth behind Dawson Knox in Buffalo.

No. 239 – LB David Woodward, Utah State

Buffalo looks to add depth and find special-teams contributors and Woodward can do the latter while he's groomed for more responsibility on defense.

No. 54 – EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

No. 86 – RB Zack Moss, Utah

No. 54 – EDGE Jonathan Greenard, Florida

Now without their first-round pick after the Stefon Diggs trade, the Bills use their first pick to select another edge rusher. They did snag Mario Addison in free agency after losing Shaq Lawson, but they can still use some depth. Greenard is someone who continually flushed the pocket out and is an ideal fit for their 4-3 scheme.

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