Round 4, 128th overall: Gabriel Davis
Then to start off Day 3, the Buffalo Bills selected wide receiver Gabriel Davis out of the University of Central Florida.
When looking back on this pick, there is much to like but the Bills could have used this pick on a corner. Given the wide receiver room consists of Diggs, Cole Beasley and John Brown for the Bills it would have made sense to pick up a prospect who could challenge Taron Johnson for the starting nickel position but adding depth on the outside is never a truly bad idea.
With that said, Gabriel still brings a lot to the Bills with his most attractive attribute being his speed. With a 40-yard dash time of 4.56, Davis has the speed to not only get off the line but get into the secondary quickly which will allow Allen to unload that strong arm of his and take the top off the defense.
Given the structure of the depth chart it is uncertain if we will really ever get to see that coming up next season but having quality depth at a position that was easily their most starved last season, again is never a truly bad idea. The 2020 class was highly touted due to the number of quality receivers and Brandon Beane decided used a solid pick on a player that surely will make an impact when given the chance.