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Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Watch 4.0 | 2024


No. 28 – WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas

Mitchell has the type of speed that would mesh well with a rocket launcher like Josh Allen, making life easier for the rest of the Bills' skill players.

No. 28 – WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia

After all the talk about the Bills trading up for a receiver, they stay put and pick a plus route-runner in the former Georgia star.

No. 28 – WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas

Adonai Mitchell gives the offense more speed and insurance in the event that Diggs' time comes to an end.

No. 28 – WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas

Gabe Davis is gone, as are a host of other veterans who were staples of the past few years. Additional firepower is required to keep the offense going, and the electric Mitchell could form a scintillating connection with Josh Allen.

No. 28 – S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota

Many mock drafts pair the Bills with a receiver here, but they can wait and select another player at that spot from a loaded class. The same cannot be said for the safety group. Tyler Nubin stands above the rest and would be a nice scheme fit in a defense that runs a lot of two-high safety looks, similar to the one Nubin played in at Minnesota.

No. 28 – OT Graham Barton, Duke

Buffalo has parted ways with veteran center Mitch Morse. It was reported that the team would move Connor McGovern to that vacancy, but Graham Barton is a more viable long-term solution. He is pegged inside next to last year's Day 2 selection, O'Cyrus Torrence.

No. 28 – DT Jer'Zhan Newton, Illinois

Bills fans will want immediate moves to replace Gabe Davis, Tre'Davious White, Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde. That recent roster pivot, though, gives Buffalo a chance to pour more resources into the trenches. Newton can play anywhere from nose tackle out to 4i, and he has the lower-body explosiveness to win as a penetrator or by controlling guards and tackles.

No. 28 – WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSU

No. 28 – WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSU

*Gabe Davis hits free agency, leaving a void at the WR2 spot for Buffalo. Brian Thomas Jr. is a raw route-runner but offers the height, weight, speed, and ball skills that'll pair well with star WR Stefon Diggs. Josh Allen has the arm talent Thomas Jr. needs to flourish early on. *