Harrison is 6’5″ and weighs 315 pounds. PFF has him rated the third best tackle in the draft and the 23rd overall prospect. If he falls to the Bills at pick number 27, this is a solid pick and someone that could push Spencer Brown as the starting right tackle.
Harrison played in 34 games for the Oklahoma Sooners, starting at left tackle his entire career. He is not someone seen as an option to move inside at guard but can play at the NFL level at either tackle spot, which is perfect for the Bills.
Buffalo just signed two new guards, Connor McGovern and David Edwards, both of whom can potentially take over as starters and I believe are upgrades on the interior of the line. Selecting Harrison to challenge for the right tackle spot is what the Bills need.
Harrison is largely considered one of the best pass blockers in this draft, only Peter Skoronski is considered the better pass protector. Harrison allowed only four sacks throughout his collegiate career. He would make a great addition to the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line at right tackle and if he beats out the aforementioned Brown, perhaps he could make a move inside to one of the guard positions.