Buffalo Bills: Recapping Day 2 of workouts at the NFL combine

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Draft Risers- Wide Receiver

D.J. Chark, LSU

(6-foot-3, 199 pounds) 40-Yard Dash- 4.34 (1st) Vertical Jump- 40” (1st) Broad Jump- 10’9” (4th)

Man, does LSU know how to recruit skill players (Fournette, Guice, Landry, Beckham Jr). I wish they would try to recruit a quarterback to utilize that talent. Rant over (Sorry Tigers Fans!).

Chark made himself a whole bunch of money finishing first in the dash and the vertical jump. He caught every ball with ease, capitalizing on the momentum he generated at the Senior Bowl (5 receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown).

Once talked about as a third-round prospect, he will be picked early in the second.

D.J. Moore, Maryland

(6-foot-0, 210 pounds) 40-Yard Dash- 4.42 (5th) Vertical Jump-39.5” (2nd) Broad Jump- 11’0” (1st)

I have talked about Moore in a previous article about being a potential Bills draft pick as an underrated slot WR. I think his days of being underrated are over.

He performed well in every on-field test and drill. His top five finishes in the dash, vert and broad jumps showed that he is as explosive as anyone in the wide receiver class. His lower body strength will generate many broken tackles and yards after the catch.

I projected him in the 2nd-3rd round range previously. After his performance, I do not see him getting out of the second round.