Buffalo Bills 2023 NFL Draft: 10 players to target on Day 3

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Luke Wypler, Olusegun Oluwatimi

The Buffalo Bills added O’Cyrus Torrence in the second round and the offensive guard position looks very deep with Torrence joining Connor McGovern, Ryan Bates, David Edwards, and Ike Boettger. However, the center position is still a question mark with Mitch Morse potentially entering the final year with the Bills.

The depth at offensive guard does give the team the option to move Ryan Bates to be the backup center to Morse for this season but it remains to be seen if he would be viewed as a long-term starter at the position after the year. If the Bills want to find that long-term player there are two that are still available that could make sense in Luke Wypler out of Ohio State and Olusegun Oluwatimi from Michigan.

Both players could play guard but with the depth the team now has at that position, they could focus exclusively on center. The Buffalo Bills could draft either player to improve their depth for this season and have them ready to step in as a starter in 2024.