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Bills' pick positions finalized for the 2022 NFL Draft

A detail view of the Buffalo Bills logo on a video display board during the 2021 NFL football draft, Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Cleveland. (Aaron M. Sprecher via AP)

Buffalo's 2022 draft pick slots are now official due to compensatory picks being released. The Bills will have eight picks in this year's NFL Draft, two of which came from other teams. They have a spot in all seven rounds of the draft and also have two picks in the sixth round.

Scroll through to view photos of the top prospects that draft analysts have projected the Bills to take with the 25th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Here is where the Bills will draft at in April:

  • Round 1 – No. 25
  • Round 2 – No. 57
  • Round 3 – No. 89
  • Round 4 – No. 130
  • Round 5 – No. 168
  • Round 6 – No. 185 (from Carolina) (Conditional)
  • Round 6 – No. 203
  • Round 7 – No. 231 (from Atlanta)

The Bills acquired the Carolina pick when they traded defensive end Daryl Johnson and received the Atlanta pick when they traded tight end Lee Smith.

There are a few notable Bills who have been drafted at these spots in the past. Wide receiver Marquez Stevenson came to the Bills with the 203rd overall pick in the 2021 draft. Quarterback Frank Reich was drafted by Buffalo with the 57th overall pick (Round 3) in the 1985 draft. Another quarterback, Joe Ferguson, was also sent to the Bills at spot No. 57 (Round 3) in the 1973 draft.

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