5 players to target if the Buffalo Bills trade back in the first round

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Xavier Legette, Wide Receiver, South Carolina

Legette is a do-it-all receiver. He can start at receiver and become the team's kick returner right away, and do it well. Last year, he returned 10 kicks for 213 yards, and at the combine ran a 4.39 40.

Legette is likely an early second round selection, and at 23 years old will be a starting receiver in this league for a very, very long time. Buffalo met with Legette at the combine, as Ryan Talbot reported, which may be enough to make the Bills draft him early and be a deep ball contributor for Josh.

Kamari Lassiter, Cornerback, Georgia

While CB likely isn't their 1st selection, the need shouldn't go unnoticed and Lassiter would fit their defense tremendously. With how much McDermott rotates their corners, having good backups who can come in and start is something that they've had for quite a while.

Lassiter isn't the "ball hawk" corner that we've become accustomed to seeing in Buffalo, only totaling 1 interception in college. But his coverage ability makes him one of the best in this draft class. Backing up Rasul Douglas, who's 29 years old, for a few years before taking over the starting job is something Bills' brass has to consider.