5 players on the Buffalo Bills radar after the NFL Combine

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Braden Fiske (DT)

During the NFL Combine, Fiske was one of the standouts out of most defensive tackles, however not because of his 6'4ft, 290 lb stature, rather that's what draws some scouts away as he's a little undersized and has 31-inch arms, which gives him a disadvantage against bigger linemen. It's rather the agility of Fiske, as he ran a 4.78 40, a very impressive 33.5 ft verticle jump, and his fluid mobility during field drills. 

Fiske has a high motor, lots of finesse and power, and a punishing run-stopper. Someone like him lining next to Ed Oliver on the inside would be a nightmare for opposing guards and tackles. With Daquan Jones being a big question mark with free agency approaching, Fiske may be a possible draft pick in the second round. 

Fiske spent four years in college playing for Western Michigan, where he racked up 13.5 sacks and 27 TFLs. In Fiskes' fifth year, he would transfer to FSU and help up his draft stock with another impressive season. 

Fiske is a bit of an older prospect as he recently turned 24 in January. However, he's been very productive in college, totaling 19.5 sacks, 36 TFLs, and 191 tackles, and can be a plug-and-play starter in the NFL.