NFL Draft 2022: 5 players the Buffalo Bills could target on Day 2

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Potential Buffalo Bills Day 2 Draft Target #4: Dylan Parham

One of the viable offensive guards left on the board, Parham is a fairly athletic guard after coming to Memphis as a blocking tight end. And while he does have the measurables at 6-foot-3 and 311 pounds for the interior, Parham has experience moving around the line including strong stints at tackle.

In 2020, Parham finished with a 90.6 overall grade, followed up by a grade of 78.8 in 2021. The 25 bench press reps he showed at his pro day were on display with his play at the latest Senior Bowl in February.

Even if Parham were to come and sit behind Bates or Saffold, he could be a long-term starter for the Bills at either guard spot down the line. Plus, as many of the top offensive linemen have already gone, Parham may be the clear-cut best guard available in the draft.

Maybe he slides to the third round, but the Bills would be wise to add Parham in the second if he falls.