Anton Harrison is another offensive tackle that will likely be an option for the Bills at 27th overall; however, it’s possible the Bills drop back a few spots, gain an extra draft pick, and still be able to select Harrison. If neither Jones nor Torrence is on the board at 27, I could see the Bills trading back a few spots and selecting Harrison.
Harrison is 6’5″ and weighs 315 pounds. NFLDraftBuzz.com has him rated as the fourth-best tackle in the draft, just after Broderick Jones.
Harrison played in 34 games and logged 1,866 snaps, all of them were at left tackle and over the last three seasons he’s given up a total of just four sacks. Could he swing to the right side or maybe inside at guard? Most scouts don’t believe he is someone that could be moved inside but could play either tackle spot, depending on where he’s needed.
Harrison is considered the second-best pass-protector in this draft, behind only Peter Skoronski; however, it is his run blocking that needs some work but there is nothing to show concern that he can’t improve that part of his game and become an excellent starting tackle at the NFL level.