Buffalo Bills Mock Draft: A trade for Derrick Henry creates madness

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Buffalo Bills Marvin Mims
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Scouting Report. WR. Oklahoma. 4. 815. Pick Analysis. Marvin Mims. player

In the fourth round, the Bills get Josh Allen another weapon. Talk about taking pressure off Stefon Diggs… that’s what they need to do this offseason. Gabriel Davis hasn’t blossomed in the way many thought he would; although he’s still a good player.

Adding Oklahoma’s Marvin Mims gives the Bills team a true playmaker; someone who can take it the distance on any given snap.

Mims stands 5-foot-11, weighing in at 183 pounds. He had an impressive Combine performance, running a 4.38 and tallying a 39.5-inch vertical. He is a wideout that plays primarily inside, which is good because the Bills have to find a solidified slot threat.

With the ball in his hands, Mims is lethal. He averaged 19.5 yards per reception over his collegiate career, proving he can take it to the house on a moment’s notice. With Diggs being the crafty route runner and Davis being a bigger target, Mims is the perfect compliment. Now, the Bills have a long-striding speedster who is shifty and creative after the catch.

Mims, plus adding Henry to the back field, could completely change the face of this offense going into next season.