5 wide receivers the Buffalo Bills can draft to replace Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis bolted to the Jacksonville Jaguars, rejoining his former wide receivers coach Chad Hall. Who could the Buffalo Bills target in the 2024 NFL Draft to replace Davis next season and beyond?

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Adonai Mitchell - Texas

Adonai Mitchell is climbing draft boards, due largely to his performance at the NFL Combine, and would be an excellent option for the Bills in the first round. I don't expect all three of these receivers I've named so far to be available at 28 when the Bills are on the clock, but I do expect at least one of them, or Brandon Beane to pull off another one of his patented first-round trades to move up. Any of these three, I would be fine within the first round.

Mitchell is certainly your more stereotypical outside receiver, at 6'4" and around 200 pounds, but he also brings some serious speed to the field. He posted an official time of 4.34 in the 40 at the NFL Combine. While reading through multiple scouting reports, one thing that was mentioned that does concern me is his "effort" when he is not the primary target on a given play, which is something similar to what we've heard about Xavier Worthy. What is it about those Texas receivers?