Buffalo Bills 2023 NFL Draft: 14 players to target on Day 2 after first round

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Buffalo Bills, Steve Avila
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Interior Offensive Line

Targets: Joe Tippmann, Steve Avila, Luke Wypler

The Buffalo Bills should address the interior offensive line at some point with their remaining picks and there are still some of the best left at this position. The Bills have shown a desire to add athletic offensive linemen and the three players listed above certainly fit that mold.

The interesting point for all three is that they can play both guard or center, which could be a position of need after this season if the team decides to move on from Mitch Morse.

Joe Tippmann with Wisconsin and Luke Wypler with Ohio State were primarily centers in college that could play guard as a rookie. Meanwhile, Steve Avila played more guard at TCU but showed he can play center based on what he did at the Senior Bowl a few months ago.

If the Bills want to draft Tippmann or Avila, they will likely need to trade up in the second round, which could be challenging but would solidify that pivotal position on the offensive line for the future.