Finally, the Bills bolster their offensive line a bit more in the sixth round by selecting Arkansas center Ricky Stromberg.
There is a chance that Buffalo cuts ties with Mitch Morse this offseason in order to save some money, and if they do, that’ll leave a hole at center. Although he’s a sixth-round pick, Stromberg could have the chops to fill that gap.
As a four-year starter in the SEC, Stromberg brings a ton of experience. He’s a versatile lineman that can play both guard and center, which would also come into play should the Bills hang onto Morse. At that point, Stromberg could practice both spots and fill in wherever needed as a valuable reserve.
He is best in the run game as Arkansas ran a lot of run-heavy offense throughout his time there. Because the Bills commit to the run, especially behind the legs of Josh Allen, Stromberg would be a great fit.
Even if he didn’t come in and challenge for a starting position, the depth would be much better with Stromberg on board.