Buffalo Bills: 3 college players who opted out to target in 2021 NFL Draft

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BLACKSBURG, VA – NOVEMBER 23: Defensive back Caleb Farley #3 of the Virginia Tech Hokies reacts following a defensive play against the Virginia Cavaliers in the first half at Lane Stadium on November 23, 2018 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Michael Shroyer/Getty Images)

These are three players that the Buffalo Bills could target that have opted out and declared already for the 2021 NFL Draft.

There is no question that this offseason has brought changes to practice schedules and how the Buffalo Bills and the entire NFL has had to operate. One of those changes started during the NFL draft process.

While there was an NFL Combine, most teams didn’t get to hold one-on-one workouts with prospects or travel to Pro Days. For the first time, the NFL Draft moved to a virtual setting.

Those changes are likely to carry over to how the Buffalo Bills prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. The Big Ten and Pac-12 have already announced the football season will be postponed with hopes of playing in the spring. The other three Power 5 conferences at this time are moving forward with a fall schedule.

While some conferences are deciding to delay the start of the season, there has already been some top prospects that have announced they will not be playing this coming season. Instead they have elected to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Within this group, there are three players that the Buffalo Bills could view as good fits for their team and could be target in next year’s NFL Draft.

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