5 safeties at NFL Combine Buffalo Bills could target in 2024 NFL Draft

The Buffalo Bills might be in the market for a starting safety. Could that player come from the NFL Draft?

Kamren Kinchens
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Kamren Kinchens - Miami

Kamren Kinchens is a 6'0", 205-pound safety out of Miami. He's likely the fastest of the safeties here, with a reported 40-time of 4.45 seconds. We'll see how he and the others do at the combine and if that speed is confirmed. Kinchens is an interesting prospect. At one point he was being mocked to the Bills in the first round but some sites have him projected much later. Last season, he recorded 53 total tackles and an outstanding five interceptions. Kinchens has been a starter every year for Miami and over the last two seasons, recorded 11 interceptions, and 111 total tackles.

NFLDraftbuzz.com graded him a 86.9, ranks him as their second-best safety, eigth ranked defensive back, and 33rd overall prospect. Pro Football Focus gave him a grade of only 67.8 last season, but he earned a grade of 90.0 for his 2022 season, which was the fifth best in the country that year. PFF doesn't think as highly of him as a prospect though, ranking him as the fifth best safety in the draft and 80th overall prospect.

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