David Ojabo, DE (Michigan)
There will be plenty of attention on Aidan Hutchinson, and rightfully so as he is having an excellent season and is fun to watch. Unfortunately, there is almost no chance he will be available when the Bills are on the clock unless they trade up.
However, on the other side of the field is a pass rusher that could be available and the Buffalo Bills may consider David Ojabo. Prior to this season, Ojabo had only one career game and one solo tackle but this year he has 11 sacks, 11 tackles for a loss, and 33 total tackles in 12 games.
There will be plenty of questions about Ojabo, in terms of his inexperience and how much he benefited from having Hutchinson on the other end of the defensive line. The Buffalo Bills also may not be interested in drafting another defensive end high after using a second-round pick on A.J. Epenesa in 2020 and then selecting Greg Rousseau and Boogie Basham with their first two picks in 2021.
If the Bills want to add more talent to the position with the potential departure of Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison, a player like Ojabo is one that presents good upside and could develop into a rotational player at the position.