Staying on the offensive line, another player who would be a great pick for the Buffalo Bills is offensive tackle Broderick Jones. The former University of Georgia tackle was the starting left tackle for the Bulldogs the past two seasons and was a key part of an offense that had an excellent run game.
The Buffalo Bills have looked for size and athleticism in their offensive tackles as evidenced by the selections of Spencer Brown and Tommy Doyle in the 2021 NFL Draft. Jones certainly brings that at 6’4″ and 315 pounds and according to The Draft Network was tracked to run up to 19 mph by a GPS tracker.
The selection of Broderick Jones would give the Buffalo Bills plenty of options in terms of how they address the offensive line for 2023 and beyond. As a rookie, Jones could compete with Spencer Brown for the starting right tackle position and if he doesn’t win that battle could still end up as a starter at guard.
However, long-term the former Georgia tackle could become the starting left tackle for the Buffalo Bills after Dion Dawkins’ contract expires after the 2024 season.