5 way-too-early 2024 NFL Draft targets for the Buffalo Bills

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Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

This might be the toughest one to pull off, but a man can dream right? Corum is no Bijan Robinson, but he will be a steal for the Bills if he falls to the end of the first round. Corum is one of the most electric running backs in all of college football and is looking to lead the Michigan Wolverines to the College Football Playoff for the third year in a row.

Standing at 5'8, 210 pounds, Blake Corum has electric speed and is one of the most patient and calculated backs in all of college football. Corum has the ability to make the right cuts at the right time in order to evade defenders, leading to massive yardage gains. Coming off a season where he rushed for 1,436 yards and 18 TDs in 12 games, Corum looks to improve those numbers and increase his draft stock.

If Corum has a great season that leads to a successful season for Michigan, don't be surprised if the Bills have to trade up to get him. Drafting Corum will add much-needed depth to the Bills' running back room and can give Josh Allen a back that he can rely on for years to come.