Buffalo Bills: Players to watch in the East-West Shrine Bowl
Most hope that if there is only one thing the Bills improve this year, it is at wide receiver by adding a big body for quarterback Josh Allen. One player in the later rounds that fits the mold is Binjimen Victor from Ohio State. The former Buckeye is 6’4″ and 199 pounds and was a touchdown machine with 18 touchdowns on only 83 career receptions.
Victor has been off to a fast start this week in Florida and was a winner from the first day of practice by The Draft Network’s Kyle Crabb.
"Binjimen Victor checked a lot of boxes Monday. He’s big, long and looked extremely smooth toasting defenders on his routes. Victor flashes several impressive catches away from his frame and also showed physicality at the top of his routes to create more separation. Victor hasn’t found a ton of college production at Ohio State, but he looked the part of yet another technician at the wide receiver position."
It may be too much to expect Victor to be the next Michael Thomas but his size and what he showed on Day 1, should pique the interest of the Buffalo Bills.