Round 7, 239th overall: Dane Jackson
The Buffalo Bills wrapped up the 2020 NFL Draft with the selection of cornerback Dane Jackson out of Pittsburgh.
During the last round of the draft, teams usually draft for depth and that is exactly what they did with the selection of Jackson. Though the team has picked corners in the two previous drafts, the Bills selected someone who could compete with Taron Johnson for the starting nickel position. This is a true value pick for Buffalo as they went next best available after filling all their needs in the previous rounds.
Again, Buffalo could have gone depth offensive lineman with this pick due to the concussion history that center Mitch Morse has had. Being five years into his NFL career, Morse has sustained a concussion in four seasons and after the one he suffered during training camp, Jon Feliciano moved over to fill the position.
With that said, completion at any position is a good thing as it will be sure to bring the best out of everyone.