Defensive Back

Probably the Bills' biggest need entering the draft is finding a shutdown corner, or a solid safety to help upgrade their stuggling secondary. One player the Bills should give strong considerarion to drafting is DB Jabrill Peppers out of Michigan.

Peppers offers the Bills a diverse player they can use at both cornerback, and safety. He could also be used in some packages as a linebacker.

Peppers has a nose for the ball in coverage, has good speed in pursuit and recovery, good leaping ability, amazing agility, and he sheds blocks well against the run. He would be a huge upgrade to their secondary, and he's not much of a reach with the 10th pick.

Another possibility would be CB Marshon Lattimore, if he's still available, and S Malik Hooker. Either player would give the Bills secondary an upgrade.

Offensive Tackle

Ryan Ramczyk is slated to be a left tackle at the next level, but this is not to say Buffalo wouldn't be willing to give him a go at right tackle. Buffalo does need to upgrade their depth at the position, and it's possible the Bills may give some consideration to selecting Ramczyk.

Another possibility is the Bills could trade down, or reach with the 10th pick for Cam Robinson. The same problem would persist, that being neither Ramczyk, nor Robinson have any experience covering at right tackle. In fact, there are no right tackles in the top 32 on my draft board rankings. They need a RT, but is it worth the gamble?


Despite recent reports that the Bills, and Tyrod Taylor are warming up to each other, there still remains a high probability that Taylor may be playing elsewhere in 2017. The top players remaining should be DeShone Kizer, and Deshaun Watson.

Watson has too many issues with his inaccuracy, so it would be a poor choice selecting him over DeShone Kizer. Kizer has the best arm, and accuracy of the two available quarterbacks. He makes better reads downfield, and has better throwing mechanics.

Wide Receivers

Buffalo may also look to add another weapon on offense by drafting a receiver. If Mike Williams is still available, Buffalo will give him consideration. It's not expected for Williams to fall this far, but if available, he could give the Bills one of the best receiving duos in the league. Any other receivers are a big reach with the 10th pick.

If you were the Buffalo Bills GM who would you draft?

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