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The Buffalo trade 2nd round pick in 2016 and a 5th round pick in 2015 to the Detriot Lions for 54th overall pick. With the 54th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select Carl Davis Defensive Tackle Iowa University.

Nov 29, 2013; Lincoln, NE, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes defensive lineman Carl Davis (71) carries the Heroes Game trophy after defeating the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium. Iowa won 38-17. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Carl Davis will come in and play the Nose Tackle in between All Stars Kyle Williams and  Marcell Dareus in Rex Ryan’s Defense. Davis is a fine young prospect at Defensive tackle who will have the luxury of playing along side All Stars on all sides of him in this defense. Davis is a bruising physically imposing player who can bully opposing offensive lineman and had an exceptional performance at the senior bowl that propelled him into the spot light. Davis does let opponents from time to time dictate how his opponents allow him to play. This is a problem that is easily remedied with a great defensive line coach and defensive minded coach. Although Davis’s stats do not jump off the stat sheet, that is to be expected of a big defensive tackle as they are the ones taking on the double teams and eating up blockers so that they can allow the Linebackers behind them to scrape across the play and make the tackles.   Expect Davis to be the anchor in the middle of this defense for a long time. Davis is a beast of an athlete and a football player and he will continue to show that on the best defensive line in football and possibly the best defensive unit in all of Football.