Wide Receivers James Washington, D.J. Chark, Michael Gallop
Washington did a good job of proving that he can play out of Oklahoma State’s passing-friendly offense. He’d be a nice deep threat for the Bills offense.
Chark balled out in Saturday’s game, putting himself on the radar. He’s also a player that can come in an immediately help out on special teams.
Gallop is a bigger wideout that will be a great weapon in the red zone and near the goal line. However, he might not fit what Buffalo is looking for now that Kelvin Benjamin is on the roster.
Tyrell Crosby, T, Oregon
Tyrell Crosby was a standout among the offensive line. A 6-foot-5, 320-pound left tackle, Crosby had a beast of a week, standing out in one-on-one drills. He translate more into a right tackle in the NFL, which would fit perfectly for the Bills. Crosby would be an automatic upgrade over Jordan Mills.
Tyquan Lewis, Edge, Ohio State
Tyquan Lewis could be a nice fit for the Bills on Day 3. Lewis got lost in the shuffle in Ohio State’s uber-talented defensive line, but showed out in Mobile. Accumulating 9.5 tackles for a loss and seven sacks in limited time as a senior, Lewis would provide a pass rushing spark to a desperate Buffalo defensive line.
Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky
If the Bills wait and take a quarterback in the middle rounds, Mike White could be that guy. He started early in the Senior Bowl for the South team, going 8-for-11 for 128 yards and a touchdown. However, I’m not sure if a mid-round quarterback is realistic considering Buffalo just did that last year in Nathan Peterman.