5 players who improved their stock the most during preseason

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O'Cyrus Torrence - Offensive Guard

Torrence was the Bills' second pick of the draft in round two and was immediately thrust into a position battle with Ryan Bates. Despite being called a position battle, it seemed that Torrence was fast-tracked into the position. Bates and Torrence took turns with first-team reps throughout training camp but once the preseason started it was all Torrence with the first-team unit all three games.

He's done an excellent job thus far and one could argue he was the most consistent offensive lineman of the projected starting five. He held his own throughout the preseason in both protecting Josh Allen and opening rush lanes for the Bills backs.

According to PFF, he was in on 77 snaps in three preseason games. His PFF scores were not impressive, scoring grades of 57.8 and 65.6 in pass protection and run blocking respectively. But he has not committed a penalty or given up a sack thus far.