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Why top wide receiver prospects would be happy to get drafted by Buffalo

USC wide receiver Drake London (16), Ohio State wide receiver Chris Olave (21), Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams (38), and Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson (39) watch a video on a phone during the 2022 Scouting Combine on Thursday, March 3, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Kevin Sabitus/NFL)

Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and the rest of the Bills' squad have put together some entertaining football games over the past two seasons, especially in the playoffs. Because of that, the team has gotten a lot of attention from this year's draft prospects – especially the wide receivers.

In recent Mock Drafts, some NFL Draft analysts have the Bills selecting a wide receiver with the 25th overall selection. Some of those receivers were asked about Buffalo earlier this week at the combine and this is what they had to say. 

Ohio State University wide receiver, Chris Olave, who ran a 4.39 40-yard dash on Thursday met with the Bills and has a lot of admiration for Stefon Diggs. 

"That would be huge," Olave said on playing alongside Diggs. "[He's] one of the best receivers in the NFL. Coming from where he comes from, I think he's a fifth or sixth-round pick. Just working up and getting to where he is at today. 

"I met with the Bills on Monday, and it was a great meeting. Had a lot of people in there and we went over a lot of things, got on the board, and watched some film. It was a great meeting overall."

Penn State wide receiver Jahan Dotson also thinks very highly of Diggs.

"Stefon Diggs is someone I truly look up to and one of the great receivers in the league right now, Dotson said. "With a very young, talented quarterback, it would be a great opportunity." 

Dotson, who finished second in Penn State's record book for career receptions (183) and touchdowns (25) likes the idea of potentially catching passes from Josh Allen.

"It would be very cool," Dotson added. "He is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL right now. And I'll be extremely excited for the moment."

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.

Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams didn't perform in any of the combine drills due to an ACL injury he suffered in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Despite the injury, he is still considered one of the top wide receiver prospects of this year's draft and he also likes the idea of playing with the Bills' quarterback 

"Josh Allen, I feel like he's a great quarterback. Williams said. "I would love to play with Josh Allen. But yes, I've also had a meeting with the Bills too. So, hopefully, we can stay in contact."

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