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Why this 2022 NFL Draft prospect looks up to Bills' cornerback Tre'Davious White

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CB Roger McCreary, Auburn The Bills are a good football team without many glaring weaknesses. That said, Buffalo has an opportunity at No. 25 to consider a few players who might have the goods to walk into a great situation and still add value. McCreary doesn't necessarily represent an immediate need for Buffalo, but he's an experienced player who held up well in the SEC. He's another player who had a nice Senior Bowl and could be on the rise. (The Athletic, Nick Baumgardner)

It's been five years since Tre'Davious White was a first-round selection by the Bills and since then he's made his case for one of the best cornerbacks in the league. 

White has racked up multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors and since 2017, the Bills' corner leads all NFL defenders with 18 second-half takeaways. 

Because of his talent and success, college prospects are now looking at his film to make their game more like his. Auburn cornerback Roger McCreary appeared on Good Morning Football on NFL Network Tuesday morning and explained why Tre'Davious White was one of his favorite corners in the NFL to watch.

"With Tre'Davious White, with him, I saw one video of him actually breaking down the plays and knowing the play before it happens," McCreary said. "Just being smart with the game, a student of the game. to see him talking about the releases and everything I just really looked up to him. And just see how he actually thinks during his play and everything and it was really great seeing it and actually hearing it from him at a professional level. 

"And I feel like just looking at those two people every time, seeing how they think. I feel I just try to play and be close to them with their skill set, both of them have sticky coverages and everything. Both of them are great and I would be happy to play with both of them."

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.

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