No. 28 – C Jackson Powers Johnson, Oregon

Powers-Johnson, who was a Senior Bowl standout before exiting midway through the second practice with a hamstring issue, possesses an excellent blend of agility and size. The 334-pounder would be one of the NFL’s largest centres, yet he moves like he’s 20 pounds lighter. He is a downhill blocker, but Buffalo would benefit from his bulk in the middle of an offensive line that has reaffirmed its commitment to rushing the ball.

No. 60: WR Ja’Lynn Polk, Washington

Polk is a muscular receiver who specialises in underneath and choice routes. Polk, Washington’s No. 2 option behind Odunze, caught 69 catches for 1,159 yards and nine touchdowns. The 6-foot-2, 204-pounder has future WR1 potential.

Mock Draft on Monday.

Buffalo Bills news

Here’s an updated look at the first two rounds following the Senior Bowl.

With this pick, the Bills want to rebuild the defensive backfield by drafting DeJean, a highly athletic and versatile cornerback. He excelled at outside corner in 2023, but has also played over the slot and in the box. Buffalo might try to use him in a variety of ways.

Newton would provide Buffalo with a young defensive tackle with enough anchor to keep linemen off Matt Milano when he is healthy. Newton might be chosen considerably higher than the late 20s, since he ranked sixth in run stuffs and fourth in sacks among defensive tackles.

This season, there has been a lot of buzz about Buffalo’s wide receiver room. Despite his lack of elite athleticism and subpar route running, Keon Coleman’s fit in Joe Brady’s offence would relieve burden on Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen. It would offer Allen with a large-bodied athlete who excels at making difficult catches at all three levels.

Buffalo’s season ended in frustrating fashion once more. Kansas City appeared vulnerable for the first time in Patrick Mahomes’ career, and the Bills were unable to overcome that challenge.

Brian Thomas Jr. is an explosive downfield receiver. The Bills are looking for alternatives at the position after Stefon Diggs’ difficulties in the second half, combined with Gabe Davis’ certain departure in free agency. Thomas Jr. would join Khalil Shakir and Dalton Kincaid as GM Brandon Beane seeks to shape the future of Buffalo’s pass-catching corps.

 

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