Buffalo Bills: Ranking potential impacts of rookies on the 2020 season
6. Isaiah Hodgins
The next player on this list is wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins. The former Oregon State Beaver was the second wide receiver drafted by the Bills in the sixth round after they selected Gabriel Davis in the fourth round.
Hodgins is a big wide receiver at 6’4″ and 209 pounds, has a tremendous catch radius and excellent hands. However, he needs to develop a little more and build a little strength if he hopes to become a regular contributor in the NFL.
The fact that he needs some more time to develop, combined with the fact the Bills have some excellent depth at wide receiver, means he will likely not see many meaningful snaps on offense this year.
If Hodgins is going to make an impact on this team, it will have to come on special teams. This is an area that he really could be of value to this team and if he proves it leading up to the season, he should be on the final 53-man roster.