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Buffalo Bills NFL Draft Tracker | 2024

Check out all the information on the 2024 Buffalo Bills draft picks.

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Round 7, Pick 221 - Travis Clayton, offensive tackle, England - International Player Pathway

  • Measured 6' 7", 301 pounds at his Pro Day
  • Part of NFL's International Pathway Program and part of the NFL Academy in the UK in 2019
  • Has also played other sports such as rugby, boxing, and rowing.

Round 6, Pick 219 - Daequan Hardy, cornerback, Penn State

  • 2023: Honorable Mention All-Big Ten Conference CB, 2nd-Team Return Specialist
  • 2-time team leader in PBU (2021, 2023)
  • 2023: Led the FBS with 2 PR TD

Round 6, Pick 204 - Tylan Grable, tackle, UCF

  • Grable spilt his career between UCF (2022-23) and Jacksonville State (2018-2021)
  • He started 13 games in 2023 en route to being named honorable mention All-Big 12
  • He is 6-5, 306 pounds and a native of Gordon, GA

Round 5, Pick 168 - Javon Solomon, defensive end, Troy

  • Solomon left Troy ranked second in school history with 33 career sacks. He's tied for third in school history with 16 sacks in a season (2023).
  • He led the nation in sacks (16) in 2023
  • He is 6-1, 246 pounds an a native of Tallahassee, FL.

Round 5, Pick 163 - Buffalo traded this pick to Green Bay for picks 168 (fifth round) and 219 (sixth round)

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Round 5, Pick 160 - Edefuan Ulofoshio, linebacker, Washington

  • Ulofoshio is a former walk-on at Washington who compiled 251 tackles, seven sacks and 15 tackles for loss in his Washington career. He was named second team All-America by Pro Football Focus in 2023.
  • He is 6-0, 239 pounds and born in Alaska. His parents immigrated from Nigeria in 1984.

Round 5, Pick 144 - The Bills traded this pick to the Bears for a fourth round pick in 2025.

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Round 5, Pick 141 - Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, center/guard, Georgia

  • Van Pran-Granger started his final 44 games at center for the Bulldogs. He helped Georgia go 42-2 in those games.
  • He was named first team All-America by ESPN and Sports Illustrated in 2023. He also won the SEC Jacobs Blocking Trophy.
  • He is 6-4, 315 pounds and a native of New Orleans.

Round 4, Pick 128 - Ray Davis, running back, Kentucky

  • Davis produced 1,129 rushing yards, and 14 touchdowns on 199 carries in his lone season with Kentucky. He also added 33 receptions for 323 yards and seven receiving touchdowns. He was named second-team All-American by SI and first team All-SEC.
  • He transferred to Kentucky after spending two seasons at Vanderbilt and two at Temple. Per UK athletics, he is the only player in NCAA history with 1,000 rushing yards at three different schools.
  • He is 5-8, 211 pounds and a native of San Francisco, CA.
  • His 21 total touchdowns from scrimmage in 2023 ranked third in FBS among all skill players.

Round 3, Pick 95 - DeWayne Carter, defensive tackle, Duke

  • Carter became the first player in team history to serve as a captain for three straight seasons. He played in 52 games in five seasons. He totaled 126 tackles, 12 sacks and seven forced fumbles in his career in Durham. He earned first team All-ACC honors in 2023.
  • Carter 6-2 and 302 pounds and a native of Pickerington, OH. His father DeWayne Sr. played football at Ohio State from 1993-95.

Round 2, Pick No. 60 - Cole Bishop, safety, Utah

  • Bishop started 29 of 35 career games at Utah where he was a teammate of Bills tight end Dalton Kincaid in 2021 and 2022.
  • He accounted for 197 total tackles, 7.5 sacks, three interceptions and 14 passes defensed in his career. He was named second team All-Pac 12 in 2023.
  • He is 6-2, 206 pounds and a native of Peachtree City, GA.

Round 2, Pick No. 33 - Keon Coleman, wide receiver, Florida State

  • Coleman produced 11 touchdowns with 50 receptions and 658 receiving yards in his lone season at Florida State. He added 300 yards on 25 punt returns. He was named first team All-ACC in 2023.
  • Prior to transferring to Florida State, he played two seasons at Michigan State where he caught 65 passes for 848 and eight touchdowns. He also played for the Michigan State basketball team in 2022.
  • Coleman is 6-3 and 213 pounds and is a native of Opelousas, LA.

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