Buffalo Bills: 14 players to watch on Day 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft

Dec 21, 2019; Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; San Diego State Aztecs cornerback Darren Hall (23) scores on a 20-yard fumble recovery in the fourth quarter against the Central Michigan Chippewas during the New Mexico Bowl at Dreamstyle Stadium. San Diego State defeated Central Michigan 48-11. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 21, 2019; Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; San Diego State Aztecs cornerback Darren Hall (23) scores on a 20-yard fumble recovery in the fourth quarter against the Central Michigan Chippewas during the New Mexico Bowl at Dreamstyle Stadium. San Diego State defeated Central Michigan 48-11. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /
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Dec 21, 2019; Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; San Diego State Aztecs cornerback Darren Hall (23) scores on a 20-yard fumble recovery in the fourth quarter against the Central Michigan Chippewas during the New Mexico Bowl at Dreamstyle Stadium. San Diego State defeated Central Michigan 48-11. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

Cornerbacks

Players to Watch: Shaun Wade, Kary Vincent Jr., Avery Williams, Darren Hall

The Buffalo Bills could still use some depth at the position even with Levi Wallace being brought back. The question is going to be where exactly they want to add the depth.

If the Buffalo Bills want to bring in competition for the outside then Shaun Wade is a player that makes sense for this team. He is a player that has everything a team would want but the production never aligned with the potential at Ohio State.

If they want to add depth at the nickel position behind Taron Johnson, especially when considering he is entering the final year of his deal, then players like Kary Vincent Jr., Avery Williams, and Darren Hall all make sense as potential options.

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One player, in particular, is Darren Hall, who the Bills did meet with twice leading up to the NFL Draft. He played a lot over the past three seasons for San Diego State University and is someone who has the potential to take over for Taron Johnson as the starting nickel if he were to leave after this season.