Buffalo Bills: 4 pass rushers to pick in NFL Draft after Aaron Rodgers trade

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Keion White

Keion White spent three years with Old Dominion before transferring to Georgia Tech before the 2021 season. Unfortunately, an ankle injury cost him almost the entire season but this past season had an excellent season with 7.5 sacks and 14 tackles for a loss.

Keion White is an interesting player for the Buffalo Bills because he is a big defensive end at 6’5″ and 285 pounds that has the potential to slide inside to defensive tackle on passing downs.

After only one full season at the college level, White would be a work in progress as he will need some time to develop. However, he has done a good job over the past few months leading up to the NFL Draft and was a standout according to Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network as he picked White as one of his winners from the Senior Bowl.

If the Buffalo Bills are patient with Keion White, he is a player that could develop into a key part of their rotation and eventually replace someone like A.J. Epenesa, who is entering the final year of his contract.