Buffalo Bills 7-Round 2022 Mock Draft: Post-Combine Edition

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Cam Taylor-Britt, University of Nebraska (Syndication: Journal-Courier) /

Buffalo Bills Pick 129: Cam Taylor-Britt, CB Nebraska

Measurables: 5-10, 196lbs

Cam Taylor-Britt is one of my favorite prospects for the Buffalo Bills this draft cycle. I honestly believe that he is one of the most underrated corners in this draft and could impact from Day 1 even though he is drafted on Day 3. If you did not already know how high I was on Taylor-Britt, this is the fourth time I’ve written about him.

Luckily he was available when the 129th pick came on the clock. Taylor-Britt is a near-perfect scheme fit for Buffalo’s defense. His zone-heavy experience at Nebraska fits perfectly across from Tre’Davious White. Taylor-Britt showed excellent speed and quickness at the combine and measured long with 31.5-inch arms for someone who only stands at 5-10.

He also did not drop any passes in the gauntlet with a couple of impressive catches and also displayed some pretty good hip movement and agility in other cornerback drills. Taylor-Britt confirmed what you see on tape and may have moved up draft boards a little.

So why is Taylor-Britt available in the fourth round? He played only zone in college his whole career, which would immediately knock him off the draft boards of teams whose scheme does not align with his zone experience. Additionally, he is not the greatest at pressing receivers at the line, often getting beat by bigger and stronger guys.

Regardless, Taylor-Britt’s excellent ball skills, football IQ, and willingness to impact the run game, he checks all the boxes for Buffalo.