The final position that the Buffalo Bills could wait until Day 3 to address is at safety. The Bills have one of the best starting duos in the league with Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer but the reason is that they are on the list is they could use some additional depth after the departure of Dean Marlowe in free agency.
While the front office could be looking for players who eventually could take over as starters, they should also be targeting bigger safeties who could play a big nickel role as a rookie. They are unlikely to see the field as a traditional safety when considering how durable Hyde and Poyer have been but could see snaps if they can play closer to the line of scrimmage and support against the run and in coverage against tight ends.
There are a number of players who fit this description and that group includes Jamien Sherwood out of Auburn, JaCoby Stevens from LSU, and Divine Deablo from Virginia Tech. The selection of any of these three players could be a great fit for what the Buffalo Bills would be looking for.