Buffalo Bills three round 2020 mock draft compilation

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Round 2, 54th overall

There isn’t as much information about the following rounds. The deeper a mock draft goes the more of a guessing game it becomes. Different writers may have great internal sources, but there are so many variables in play that it makes predictions very difficult.

Needless to say with all the could happen in the 32 selections between the Buffalo Bills first and second-round picks, a consensus is nearly impossible. Of the six mocks that go into the second round, no two are the same. There are two offensive linemen and four front-seven defenders. Among those appearing in the mocks are:

Ezra Cleveland – OT, Boise State

Nick Harris – C, Washington

Troy Dye – ILB, Oregon

Anfernee Jennings – Edge, Alabama

Jonathan Greenard – DE, Florida

Malik Harrison – LB, Ohio State

Nick Harris improved his draft stock greatly in 2019. He went from the seventh to 10th best center in the draft class into one of the top 50 players on some big boards. A center at Washington, he may be better suited to play guard at the NFL level.

"Shorter stature allows him to be competitive in the leverage battle inside. He does a sufficient job holding the point. In the passing game he shows excellent lateral agility to redirect on a defenders counter move. Does a very good job of getting to the second level and engaging. – Drae Harris, The Draft network."

Round 3, 86th overall

There are some deep positions in this draft, offensive line among them. Yasir Durant, a tackle from Missouri could be available at that time, and he would be a player who could develop into a fixture on Buffalo’s O-line for several seasons.

Another player mentioned is TCU cornerback Jeff Gladney. The corner doesn’t possess ideal size at 6 feet even, 185 pounds. Gladney, however, does a good job supporting the run. He’s not afraid to come up and make a hit. His pass defending skills are better than average. Although he is able to make up ground if necessary, some scouts aren’t enamored with the yardage he gives up.

Others receiving mention include Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State, and Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee. The latter of who may be long gone by pick 86.

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