Round 6, Pick 1: Myles Bryant, CB, Washington
Levi Wallace has been a solid find as has Kevin Johnson. However, the Bills still need to add depth — especially since the two of them will be free agents at the end of the season. With their first of three picks in the sixth round, they add some talent with Myles Bryant from Washington.
He’s undersized but he has impressive speed and finds a way to get in front of the ball. Bryant excels in nickel coverage against slot receivers, which is always a skill that’s in demand.
Round 6, Pick 2: Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State
Coming out of high school, Baron Browning was a highly recruited young man. He’s nearly 250-pounds but has speed similar to a running back. He plays without much discipline though but if they can find a way to get him focused, this could be a steal this late. You can’t teach the kind of athleticism he possesses.
Round 6, Pick 3: Scott Frantz, OT, Kansas State
Keeping Josh Allen upright is a must. That’s why Buffalo again focuses on the offensive line as they grab Scott Frantz from Kansas State with their final pick in this draft.
Frantz looks the part at 6-foot-5 and 303-pounds and has a lot of starting experience for Kansas State. He’s a power player that likely will be best on the right side but has the potential to develop into a swing tackle.