Buffalo Bills 7-round mock draft, no trades, nets small-college gems

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Round 6: Pick 188 – Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island

What he offers: 

Coulter is 6-2 with a 36-inch vertical jump and ran a 4.45, 40-yard dash at the combine. He clearly has the size and speed to be in the NFL. There are questions about route-running ability. Coulter often had sloppy and rounded pass-routes in college but would succeed due to his physical prowess over the cornerbacks defending him.

The Fit:

The Bills wide receiver position is, all of a sudden, crowded with the addition of Stefon Diggs. Aside from the big three, Duke Williams will have more of a chance to show what he can do in 2020. This leaves only one or two open spots at wide receiver. To claim one of them, Coulter will need to improve his route-running.

Round 6: Pick 207- Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State

What he offers:

Another possible project, 6-8 Alex Taylor is a beast of a man, weighing 308-pounds and possess incredible strength. Taylor’s athleticism makes him a prospect with great potential, as long as he can tighten up some of his skills and work on his technique. His desire to play is in question because he is a late convert from basketball

The Fit:

The Buffalo Bills won’t be looking at Taylor to have an immediate impact, but rather see him as a future starter. Taylor’s potential will be too much to pass up at this stage of the draft. He will likely end up being on the practice squad, but don’t be surprised to hear his name as a future starting tackle for the Bills.

Round 7: Pick 239- Chris Orr, LB, Wisconsin

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What he offers:

A great linebacker for Wisconsin, Chris Orr always seemed to be in the middle of things on defense. He performs his best playing against the run or blitzing. Orr doesn’t have the range to be an every-down linebacker. He struggles in pass coverage against tight ends and running backs.

The Fit:

The Buffalo Bills don’t necessarily need another middle linebacker, after signing former Saints LB A.J. Klein, but with this pick, the Bills could find a great special teams player in Orr.

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This would be a strong draft for the Buffalo Bills. A few trades could make it even better.