2015 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills Take Dez Lewis At 234th


The Buffalo Bills have made the first 5 of the 6 total picks in the 2015 NFL Draft.  They are on the clock to pick their final pick.  They went defense with their first pick, which occurred in the second round and have gone offense with the next 3 or 4 picks. They have address needs at the linebacker, defensive back and offensive line positions so far.

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The Buffalo Bills got a great value pick with their last pick in Nick O’Leary, the tight end out of Florida State, which was the 3rd Seminole that they selected in this years draft.

The Buffalo Bills head back to the offensive side of the ball and add a receiver to the mix. Dez Lewis, out of Central Arkansas, has decent speed and was projected for the 4th or 5th rounds, seems to be another decent value pick for the Buffalo Bills.  For the need of wide receiver, with Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin leading the pack, they could use more of a solid veteran wide receiver than that of another younger addition.

Lewis is a bigger receiver standing at 6’4 and he is still learning to play into his size.  If he could learn that, he could be the guy to go down the field and go up for those 50/50 balls.

He is a guy that will need time to mature and grow into a player within the NFL.

"Raw receiver who is still learning how to play to his size. His average athleticism won’t impress NFL teams, but they were impressed with the way he caught the ball at the combine. Lewis could be a third day target but will need time to grow as a receiver in order to transition from small school prospect to NFL receiver.– NFL.com"

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