Round 1, Pick 25: Jameson Williams, WR (Alabama)
One area the Buffalo Bills will want to improve this offseason is at wide receiver, particularly finding a wide receiver that can generate yards after the catch. The Bills ranked last in the NFL in yards after catch per completion at only 4.2, according to Pro Football Reference.
Suprisingly, Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams was still on the board when Buffalo was on the clock. This is a player that seemed too good to pass up and was the best value at this point in the NFL Draft.
This past year with the Crimson Tide, Williams broke out after having a tough time finding opportunities with Ohio State in 2019 and 2020. In 2021, Williams had 79 receptions, 1,572 receiving yards, and 15 touchdowns.
The biggest concern with Williams is a torn ACL he suffered in the national title game against Georgia. This could be a reason he drops in the first round but if Buffalo is confident in his recovery, this would be a great pick.