Round 7, 230th overall: Myles Bryant, CB (Washington)
The final pick for the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft is 230th overall in the seventh round and the team addresses the nickel position with the selection of Myles Bryant.
The nickel position is one that will likely get more attention than in year’s past with the team dedicating a spot on their coaching staff specifically for this role. The Bills will have Taron Johnson, their starting nickel, returning this year but can also have E.J. Gaines potentially compete for the starting job.
The addition of Myles Bryant here gives the team another option as they try to determine who is the best fit for this role. The scouting report by Lance Zierlein at NFL.com describes a player that has a willingness to work and plays with a passion.
At this point in the NFL Draft, if a player has those characteristics a coaching staff can work with them to get to where they need to be.