10 prospects most likely to be first round picks for Bills in 2024 NFL Draft

The NFL draft will be held in Detroit for the first time.
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Rome Odunze

As mentioned previously, wide receiver is clearly the biggest need for the Buffalo Bills. This doesn't mean it is a guarantee they will draft a wide receiver but with how much talent there is at the position, they could find a difference maker even late in the first round.

However, Rome Odunze would not be one of those wide receivers as the Bills would have to trade up into the Top 10 to select the University of Washington wide receiver. He is one of the best at the position, along with Marvin Harrison Jr. and Malik Nabers.

Over the past two seasons, Odunze has had over 2,500 receiving yards and 20 receiving touchdowns during that stretch. He can pretty much do anything a team would want from wide receiver and should be able to be the Bills' top receiver right from the start and a direct replacement for Stefon Diggs.

It is hard to imagine that Brandon Beane would want to trade next year's first along with additional draft capital to make the move. However, the Bills' general manager has never been afraid to make a move he believes can help the team and if they do move up Odunze would be the target.