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

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JC Latham, OT, Alabama

The Bills have generally been solid up front in protecting Josh Allen, however the one spot on the offensive line that has caused problems is right tackle. Insert JC Latham from the University of Alabama.

Standing at a staggering 6'6, 320 pounds, Latham possesses the some of the best strength amongst offensive linemen in the 2024 class. He's able to maintain aggressiveness and throughout plays and is able to locate opponents with his hands almost immediately and sustain the block with his wide build and insane strength.

Last season, Latham only allowed 2 QB hits and 2 QB hurries without allowing a single sack on Bryce Young. If he falls to the Bills, Coach McDermott will likely insert him into competition with Spencer Brown for the starting right tackle position, a competition that Latham would likely be able to win.