Buffalo Bills: 4 pass rushers to pick in NFL Draft after Aaron Rodgers trade
The three pass rushers listed to this point probably would require a pick in the first three rounds of the 2023 NFL Draft. However, if the Buffalo Bills want to wait until Day 3 to address the position, then Byron Young of Tennessee could be a good player to target in the back half of the NFL Draft.
The Buffalo Bills have already shown some interest in Young and reportedly had a Top 30 visit with the team, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. He only played two seasons with the Volunteers but was productive during that time with 12.5 sacks and 23.5 tackles for a loss.
Byron Young tested very well leading up to the NFL Draft and has a Relative Athletic Score of 9.23 with Elite grades for speed and explosion. The biggest question for Byron Young is his age as he is 25 years old, two years older than Greg Rousseau, and teams may shy away from an older player with limited experience.
However, this could work out in the Buffalo Bills favor as he won’t be expected to take on a prominent role and could focus on rushing the passer utilizing his athleticism to get to the quarterback.