Another cornerback that makes sense for the Bills in the third round is Cameron Dantzler out of Mississippi State. He fits the mold of the other cornerbacks mentioned but also has alot of starting experience, something the Bills valued when they selected Tre’Davious White in 2017.
He has 22 starts in a very competitive SEC and excels in zone coverage. However, unlike Hall he may not be able to step in right away to a starting role but rather will need a little more time to develop, according to Kyle Crabbs of The Draft Network:
"Cameron Dantzler projects best in a zone role as an outside cornerback at the NFL level. Dantzler brings desirable skill in keying the quarterback and illustrates great awareness of route combinations and anticipation of attacking the football in the air. Dantzler needs to continue to work on adding functional strength and weight to his frame, in the meantime he may be something of a developmental investment for his first NFL contract."
The Bills may need to be a little more patient with Dantzler but if one of the veterans are able to fill the role for 2020, the team could have their starting corner in 2021.