Buffalo Bills 2022 NFL Draft: 3 college games to watch in Week 13

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Oct 16, 2021; Columbia, Missouri, USA; Texas A&M Aggies running back Isaiah Spiller (28) runs against Missouri Tigers defensive back Shawn Robinson (12) during the first half at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports /

Texas A&M (15) vs. LSU 7 pm on ESPN

RB Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M

Measurables: 6-1, 225 lbs.

Isaiah Spiller fits all the prototypes of what most NFL teams want in their running backs. He is powerful and thick but does not lack top-end speed. He has developed excellent vision over his years at Texas A&M. What makes Spiller a solid prospect because he can run the ball very effectively, catch the ball very effectively, and block both in the pass and run game very effectively.

Spiller may not be the best at anything, but he is very good at all things. Spiller has the traits and resume to warrant an early-round pick with over 3,000 yards from scrimmage in his career to go along with 26 touchdowns.

TE Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M

Measurables: 6-5, 255 lbs.

Jalen Wydermyer could be one of the most slept on prospects in the 2022 NFL draft. He still has to declare only being a Junior, but it would be pretty surprising if he did not. In his three seasons so far, Wydermyer has 1,444 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns. The production is there for Wydermyer, but what makes him so intriguing is his size and skills. He is a threat in the red zone and has shown he can easily win one on one matchups against smaller players.

In addition to that, he is an excellent route runner who can get open all over the field. What puts Wydermyer over the top is how good he is as a blocking tight end. With Texas A&M being such a balanced offense, Wydermyer has a ton of experience blocking, and it shows. Wydermyer’s skills will translate to the next level, and he has the potential to become a top tight end.

OG Ed Ingram, LSU

Measurables: 6-3, 315 lbs.

Ed Ingram has been a starter at LSU for most of his career in Baton Rouge. Ed Ingram is no superstar at guard, but he has become a super consistent, well-rounded guard. Ingram is not a fantastic athlete, but what he may lack in athletic ability, he makes up for in his execution due to his footwork and overall mechanics at the guard position.

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Ingram has no glaring weaknesses, which makes his NFL floor pretty high. He may not have the most potential amongst the guards in this class, but you know what you are getting. What may hold Ingram back is his off-the-field record, where he was suspended for a season from LSU’s football team early in his career.