Buffalo Bills: 4 Draft prospects to watch in National Championship

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COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 21: Josh Myers #50 of the Ohio State Buckeyes blocks against the Indiana Hoosiers at Ohio Stadium on November 21, 2020 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

These are four draft prospects to watch that could be targets for the Buffalo Bills in the 2021 NFL Draft.

The final game of the college football season will be played tonight as the Ohio State Buckeyes take the field against the Alabama Crimson Tide. The fact that these are two of the best teams in college football this year means there is plenty of talent and the Buffalo Bills front office should be watching this game closely.

However, general manager Brandon Beane hasn’t had much history of selecting players from the National Championship game. The Buffalo Bills have yet to select a player from the last National Championship game with Beane leading the front office.

This year could be different as there are a number of players who could fill needs for the Buffalo Bills this offseason. These are four players that fans should watch closely as they could be in a Bills uniform next year.

Josh Myers, Center (Ohio State)

The Buffalo Bills could have some questions at center entering this offseason and may need to have a long-term answer at the position. The Buffalo Bills could potentially cut Mitch Morse this offseason with only $5.5 million in dead cap.

Even if they don’t cut Morse, it might make sense to add a quality backup due to Morse’s injury history. If Myers were to enter the NFL Draft, he is a junior this year, he would likely be one of the top centers in this year’s class and might require a top draft pick. If the Bills were to cut Morse, it would be worth the price tag by adding a player like Myers.

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