Buffalo Bills: Key takeaways from the 2020 NFL Draft
These are the top takeaways from what the Buffalo Bills did in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The 2020 NFL Draft is now officially in the books and the Buffalo Bills welcome seven new players to the roster. The team didn’t have a first round pick due to the Stefon Diggs trade but still came away with quality players.
On Friday night, the Bills selected defensive end A.J. Epenesa in the second round and running back Zack Moss out of Utah in the third round.
The team then had five picks on Day 3 and selected two wide receivers in Gabriel Davis in the fourth round and Isaiah Hodgins in the sixth. In between those two selections the Bills picked quarterback Jake Fromm out of Georgia in the fifth round and kicker Tyler Bass with their first of two picks in the sixth.
The Buffalo Bills ended their draft class with the pick of cornerback Dane Jackson out of Pittsburgh in the seventh round.
While it is hard to gain a full understanding of what the Buffalo Bills were hoping to achieve while the NFL Draft was going on, now with the full class in view there were some key objectives this front office wanted to achieve.
These are the top takeaways from the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft.