Buffalo Bills: 2021 Seven round mock draft before training camp
By Daniel Bruce
Round 5, 147th Overall: David Moore (OG), Grambling State
The big guard out of Grambling State (FCS), has all the strength and tenacity that the Buffalo Bills crave in their offensive linemen.
Jordan Reid of The Draft Network recaps Moore’s game:
"Moore has shown to have outstanding power and is able to sling and toss defenders around when getting accurate shots on them. Moore is a go getter as a run defender and he doesn’t wait for the action to come to him. The ultimate aggressor type of interior blocker, he has the a lot of what it takes to be successful in a ground and pound type of scheme."
His style of game is perfect for the Bills, and with the team thin at the right guard position he could be a potential future starter next to mauling right tackle Cody Ford to create a mean right side.
In the clip below Moore tosses aside the rushing lineman on Louisiana Tech like its nothing.
It feels like Buffalo would be the ideal landing spot for Moore.
Round 6, 179th Overall: Luke Farrell (TE), Ohio State
The imposing blocking tight end out of Ohio State, Farrell has been a primary player for the Buckeyes over the last two seasons, in 15 games catching 27 passes for 324 yards and 2 touchdowns.
At 6’6″, 258 pounds Farrell would be a nice fit as a tight end 2 for Dawson Knox, with Lee Smith‘s contract expiring after 2021 the Ohio State product would be an ideal fit to replace him, with more receiving upside.
With Tyler Kroft likely gone after next season, the Buffalo Bills will need to have more tight end depth to go along with Knox. With not many inspiring options in house now for the Bills, Farrell will likely have no problem cracking the roster.