Second Round, Pick 54: Damon Arnette
Finding a corner that the Bills can get on a rookie deal to pair with their All Pro in Tre’Davious White is a win for this team and the front office. Damon Arnette is a first round talent that for the Bills sake will fall to the second round where they will be waiting to scoop him up. Arnette is a 6 foot, 195 pound corner who plays attached in Man coverage. His lone interception in 2019 ended in a touchdown after he went 96 yards. He’s also a willing tackler, although he could improve in that area, finishing last year with 35 total tackles and 27 of those being solo.
Damon Arnette’s weakness is not having many turnovers in his time at Ohio State.
Arnette might not be a number one corner and that’s okay. He’ll have plenty of opportunities for success with White being on the other side of him.
Damon Arnette might not be there at 54 but he’s worth the pick if he’s available. Although this draft is all about finding offensive firepower for Allen and Brian Daboll, being able to lock up another corner for a few more years, while having Tre’Davious White in his prime, is a tremendous opportunity that the Bills won’t pass up.