5 players on the Buffalo Bills radar after the NFL Combine

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Kamari Lassiter (CB)

Yes, another Georiga Bulldog is on this list. Along with Bullard comes one of the better coverage players in the nation. Lassiter is one of those players who doesn't draw attention to the more casual fans as he doesn't get the ball thrown his way very often, but there is a reason for that.

Lassiter didn't do much in the combine, but he drew some attention during field drills and in his impressive 4.12, 20-yard shuttle. Lassiter's got an elite change in direction and does everything at 110%. 

Lassiter doesn't have the best catching ability, as he has only one interception in his three years at Georiga, but it doesn't take away from the fact that he's been superb in coverage. In his previous year as a starter, Lassiter didn't allow a single score and gave up only 136 receiving yards, and opposing quarterbacks had a 48.7 passer rating when targeting him, earning him a PFF grade of 85.4 for the 2023 season.

Lassiter has quick feet, plays with discipline, is a good tackler, and obtains a high motor, a perfect fit for the Bills. Lassiter can play both man and zone, which fits the Bills' scheme, and with good coaching, Lassiter can make a real impact on the defense, especially when lining up parallel with a great player like Rasul Douglas. 

Draft projections change all the time, especially during the combine. However, there are other chapters in free agency, and depending on who the Bills franchise tag, do with their cap space, and who gets signed, the teams' positional needs can change within an instant.