5 players on the Buffalo Bills who saw their stock rise during training camp
The Buffalo Bills wrapped up training camp on Thursday and had their final practice at St. John Fisher University. While nothing is finalized during training camp, it starts to give the team and players an idea of where they might be fitting into the Buffalo Bills’ plans for the upcoming season.
For some players they really took advantage of these past three weeks and have emerged with momentum and appear to be heading into a starting role, moving up the depth chart and potentially earning a spot on the 53-man roster or looking like they are on the verge of having a breakout season.
Which Buffalo Bills saw their stock rise the most during training camp?
After players like Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Von Miller, there may not have been more of a star during training camp than Isaiah McKenzie. The Bills know McKenzie well as he has been with the team since 2018 but this year was his first real opportunity to play consistent snaps at wide receiver as in the past he has primarily been a gadget player.
Early in training camp, Jamison Crowder would miss time due to an injury and McKenzie capitalized on this opportunity. He is now in line to be the starting slot receiver and play a majority of the snaps.
After the final practice, Josh Allen was asked about the one player who impressed him most and mentioned McKenzie.
This season has the potential to be a career year for Isaiah McKenzie in this offense as the starting slot receiver.