Fifth Round (161st Overall): Chauncey Golston, EDGE (Iowa)
This is the first time that the mock draft starts to deviate from what might make sense for what the Buffalo Bills might do. This is not because Chauncey Golston wouldn’t be a good fit but since they selected Turner with their prior pick it might not make much sense to draft another EDGE here.
On the other hand, a player like Chauncey Golston may bring just enough that he isn’t necessarily another defensive end but could be a potential replacement for Quinton Jefferson as a versatile defensive lineman.
One of his strengths noted in his scouting report on Pro Football Network notes that versatility as Oliver Hodgkinson writes:
"The first thing they’ll get is versatility. Being versatile has never been more important in the NFL than it is now. As defenses comply less to formational norms, the ability to line up anywhere on the defensive line is extremely valuable. Golston has experience playing defensive tackle or defensive end. Additionally, he has lined up at both left and right end during his time at Iowa. He also has experience of dropping back into coverage, which adds further value."