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Buffalo Bills Mock Draft: Round 7, Pick 161 – Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland

The Buffalo Bills are a team that plays well when they’re passing the football well.

With Josh Allen throwing the ball, that makes all the sense in the world, however, having a group containing multiple great pass-catchers should be seen as strictly a positive.

So, with their final pick in the draft, the Buffalo Bills get a really talented slot-receiver, Rakim Jarrett, out of Maryland.

The Bills already have their two outside receivers in Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, however, the slot is where the level of talent drops off a bit.

And that’s no dig at the rotating door of slot guys now, however, Jarrett is a guy who could really pair well with Josh Allen in the slot.

In Jarrett’s three seasons with the Maryland Terps, he accounted for 119 receptions for 1,552 and 10 TDs. So, as evident by his career numbers, he isn’t likely a guy who will go in the top rounds. He’s a former five-star prospect that should be a very attractive draft selection for an offense like Buffalo with a true need for a slot receiver.

His speed paired with the alien-like arm of Josh Allen could be the duo that makes Bills Mafia happy for many years to come.

The question will remain: Will Jarrett be available for the Buffalo Bills to draft in this spot?

They’re just going to have to wait and see.

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