Round 3: Lloyd Cushenberry, III, IOL, LSU
Throughout their last game, the Bills issues with blocking stuck out like a sore thumb. They were struggling all along the line but the interior pressure they surrendered to Baltimore was the worst. For that reason, they target Lloyd Cushenberry from LSU with their third-round pick.
A center by trade, Cushenberry is capable of playing either guard position as well. He has decent quickness but really shines when having to handle the bull rush. His versatility and strength will be very welcome in Buffalo.
Round 4: Eno Benjamin, RB, ASU
Devin Singletary looks to be the real deal but Frank Gore is likely on his last leg. The Bills have gotten what they can out of the veteran but now it’s time to get a second running back with fresh legs — and they will need that as Singletary has already had issues with staying healthy.
Eno Benjamin is their choice and he’s an excellent option behind Singletary. He’s quick and decisive with excellent vision. He’s rushed for more than 1,000-yards the past two seasons and has 77 catches in that same span. He’s not great in pass protection but that’s why he’s available in the fourth round.