3 biggest takeaways for the Buffalo Bills in the 2024 NFL Draft

2024 NFL Draft - Rounds 4-7
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The 2024 NFL Draft is officially in the books for the Buffalo Bills and the rest of the NFL. Over the seven rounds, the Bills made 10 picks and it was an even split with five offensive players and five defensive players.

The Bills started the draft on the offensive side of the ball with the selection of wide receiver Keon Coleman out of Florida State. They would wait until Day 3 to go back to the position but did so by selecting running back Ray Davis, center Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, and then offensive linemen Tylan Grable and Travis Clayton.

For the defense, the Bills selected safety Cole Bishop with their second second-round pick and then defensive tackle DeWayne Carter out of Duke with the third round pick they acquired in the trade with the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round.

The rest of the picks were more depth with linebacker Edefuan Ulofoshio out of Washington, defensive end Javon Solomon out of Troy, and cornerback Daequan Hardy out of Penn State. When looking at the draft class as a whole, there were a few key takeaways that were notable for the Buffalo Bills and how they approached the 2024 NFL Draft.