Jordan Addison, Southern California
Weight: 173 lbs
After being a 1,500-yard receiver at Pitt in 2021, Addison took his talents to Southern California, as he transferred to USC to pair up with stand-out quarterback Caleb Williams.
Addison’s 2021 year is what brought his name to the public domain, as he also hauled in 17 TDs on top of having over 1,500 yards.
Sure, the ACC might not have the most NFL-equivalent defenders, but what Addison did in Pitt with Kenny Pickett as quarterback can’t be overlooked.
Another guy who plays primarily in the slot, Addison would be a great compliment to Stefon Diggs if the Buffalo Bills choose to draft a receiver early. There are certainly some people who think Jordan Addison is the best receiver in the draft, and there’s some credibility to that.
His route-running is on par with a guy like Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and he 4.49 40-yard dash. Now, 4.49 isn’t blazing fast, but Addison seems to play faster than his 40-yard dash time indicates.
And, again, to get this guy paired with Josh Allen can’t and shouldn’t be seen as anything but a positive. The Bills could keep Diggs and Davis outside while giving the middle of the field to Jordan Addison to do what he does.