Round 6, 207th overall: Alex Taylor, OT (South Carolina State)
The Buffalo Bills add another player that will need some time to develop but could become a starter in a few years with the proper coaching.
Alex Taylor out of South Carolina State has the physical tools at 6’8″ and 308 pounds but also has the athleticism that NFL teams covet, as described in his scouting report by Lance Zierlein of NFL.com.
"Exceptional combination of length and athleticism will have NFL evaluators salivating over Taylor’s potential, but he will need to erase any lingering doubts teams may have about his love and commitment to the game during the draft process. He will come into camp with some technical savvy to work with as a run blocker, but will need to better time his punch and improve his inside-out positioning in order to be ready to handle diversified rush attacks. He has Day 2 talent and could become a starter with additional strength and technique work."
The right tackle position has some questions heading into 2020 with whether or not Cody Ford is slid inside to guard and if Daryl Williams can return to his 2017 form. If the Bills can add a player Alex Taylor, they can give him time to develop and compete in his second or third season.