Buffalo Bills Draft Target: Chris Olave
The first player is one that was considered a first round pick entering the NFL Combine but after his performance may have moved him further into the first round, and probably out of range of the Buffalo Bills.
However, if Chris Olave out of Ohio State is still on the board when the Bills are on the clock at 25, they should seriously consider him. On Thursday night, he ran an unofficial 40-yard dash of 4.26 which was officially timed at 4.39 later in the night. Even with the slower official time, it was still an excellent run for the former Ohio State Buckeye wide receiver.
Olave has been a big part of the Buckeyes’ offense the past three years with 2,505 receiving yards, an average of 15.36 yards per reception, and 32 touchdowns.
The Buffalo Bills this offseason should be looking to add speed to the wide receiver position and the good news for general manager Brandon Beane is that he should have plenty of options. This includes players like Jameson Williams, who didn’t test at the Combine due to a torn ACL injury against Georgia, but Chris Olave would be another great option in the first round.