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    Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 - C Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon

    Powers-Johnson, who was one of the stars of the Senior Bowl before leaving midway through the second practice with a hamstring injury, has a great combination of agility and size. The 334-pounder would immediately be one of the largest centers in the NFL, but he moves like someone 20 pounds lighter. He is a downhill blocker, but Buffalo would love his size in the middle of an offensive line that has renewed its commitment to running the ball.

    No. 60 - WR Ja'Lynn Polk, Washington

    ... Polk is a physical receiver who excels on underneath and choice routes. While being the No. 2 option behind Odunze at Washington, Polk still caught 69 passes for 1,159 yards and nine scores. The 6-foot-2, 204-pounder has future WR1 ability.
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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    28. Buffalo Bills: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon


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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – DB Cooper DeJean, Iowa

    The Bills look to restock the shelves in the defensive back group with this pick, nabbing a highly athletic and versatile corner in DeJean. He excelled at outside corner in 2023 but has experience playing over the slot and in the box. Buffalo could look to deploy him in a number of ways.


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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – DT Jer'Zhan Newton, Illinois

    Newton would give Buffalo a young DT with enough anchor to keep linemen off of Matt Milano, when he's healthy. Newton actually could be drafted much higher than the late 20s — he ranked fifth in run stuffs and fourth in sacks among DTs.

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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – WR Keon Coleman, Florida State

    There's been a lot of talk regarding the wide receiver room in Buffalo this season. Despite his lack of top-end athletic traits and less than ideal route running, Keon Coleman's fit in Joe Brady's offense would take pressure off of Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen. It would provide Allen with a big-body player who thrives at making tough catches at all three levels.







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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – CB Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo

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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – OT Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma

    Buffalo's season ended in frustrating fashion yet again. Kansas City looked vulnerable for the first time in the Patrick Mahomes era, and the Bills were still unable to overcome that hurdle.






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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – S Kamren Kinchens, Miami




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    Re: Buffalo Mock Draft Picks

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    No. 28 – WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSU

    The Bills have two good key young targets for Josh Allen in Khalil Shakir and Dalton Kincaid, but Gabe Davis is a pending free agent and Stefon Diggs is showing signs of decline at 30. Thomas would give Allen the classic big-bodied No. 1 with his hands, strength, physicality and route-running prowess.

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