Round 3, Pick 89: Cam Taylor-Britt, CB Nebraska
The cornerback position is probably the biggest need currently for the Buffalo Bills. They lost Levi Wallace in free agency and Tre’Davious White is recovering from an ACL injury. This leaves Dane Jackson, a seventh round pick in 2020, as one of the top cornerbacks on the roster.
Unfortunately, the way the draft board fell for the Buffalo Bills in the first two rounds there wasn’t a cornerback that was good value at those picks. It would also be surprising if Buffalo doesn’t add a cornerback or two between now and the NFL Draft which should minimize the need.
With that said, the addition of Cam Taylor-Britt in the third round is a perfect addition for this defense. He is a player that can compete for the starting job opposite Tre’Davious White as a rookie and is exactly the type of player the Buffalo Bills look for at the position. He has plenty of experience playing in zone coverage but also is an excellent tackler for the position, according to his scouting report on The Draft Network.