Bills 2024 Mock Draft: Josh Allen gets two new WRs with first two picks

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Pick 60: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Another 4.39 40-yard dash wide receiver will go to the Bills. He too has downfield ability and can be a good choice for those 50/50 contests.

Primarily a slot receiver, he has some outside receiver upside. In 2023, Wilson had 48 receptions for 789 yards and 12 touchdowns. These stats are fairly decent considering he was in a run-heavy offense. This addition would help make the Bills' receiving corps versatile and unpredictable, in a good way.

Pick 66: Kameren Kitchens, CB, University of Miami

The Bills are not making it out of the first three rounds of the draft without taking at least one defensive player. The Miami cornerback recorded 59 tackles, 5 interceptions, 1 sack, and a fumble recovery last season.

Strong in the run game, he also had rushing assignments. When watching his tape, you can see that he is always near the ball, and that leads to some fun splash plays. He may need some coaching to help with some of the finer points of the position, but Coach McDermott has a strong history of developing safeties. With Mike Edwards on a one-year contract, Kitchens can take a year to develop in the system.