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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Brian Thomas Jr.

Brian Thomas Jr. is another wide receiver that makes sense for the Buffalo Bills and similar to Odunze, they are likely going to have to trade up for the chance to draft him. However, it wouldn't have to be as drastic of a move and he probably will still be available somewhere between the picks 17-24 in the first round.

The former LSU wide receiver had an excellent season last year playing opposite Malik Nabers. He has the skill set to be a number one wide receiver with a great combination of size and speed that can help stretch the field.

Similar to Latu, Brian Thomas Jr. could fall in the first round due to some medical concerns. According to reports, Brian Thomas Jr. has a shoulder injury that might require surgery after the 2024 season. It would certainly be a risk for the Bills but if he were to fall all the way to 28th, it could be worth the gamble.