5 cornerbacks the Buffalo Bills could target in the 2024 NFL Draft

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Nate Wiggins - Clemson

Nate Wiggins is a 6'2" and 185-pound junior corner out of Clemson. He too ran a 4.55 40. Like King he is currently projected as a first-rounder but late in the first and could be an option for Buffalo without needing to trade up. He could make a better fit for the Bills as a zone cover corner but has solid man abilities too. With his frame, he has room to grow and put on a little more weight to battle the more physical receivers in the NFL.

Wiggins moved into the starting lineup at Clemson in 2022 and has been a solid part of the Clemson defensive backfield. He's known to have a nose for the ball and knows how to turn in those game-changing plays. His length gives him an advantage against receivers and forces quarterbacks to throw his way with caution. You're not going to throw up a fade route pass on Wiggins and expect any measure of success.