There has been a lot of talk about the cornerback position with the Buffalo Bills since Tre'davious White was injured a few weeks ago against the Miami Dolphins. To make things worse, former Bills first-round selection Kaiir Elam seems to have fallen out of favor with the coaching staff for one reason or another.
The Bills could very well make a move at the trade deadline for a corner to bolster the position, whether that be for depth or to upgrade the CB2 spot. Regardless, the Bills will need to address the position once again in next year's NFL Draft. There are no guarantees with White upon his return, hopefully sometime next season and he was already struggling to get back to his former All-Pro form after the ACL injury from two years ago and now he will be trying to return from a torn Achilles.
Buffalo could look, to add to the cornerback room via free agency too but we'll get into that later in the year. For now, let's take a look at some of the options that will be available in the 2024 NFL Draft. One thing I found when diving into the class, is a lack of serious speed. Most of the top corners that should be available have recorded 40 times over 4.5. The first corner we find with a sub-40 is Nehemiah Pritchett with a 4.42 and he's projected to go somewhere in the fourth round.