3. Jerry Jeudy, WR
Finally, this is the one Bills fans would be most excited about. Obviously, the Bills have wanted to find another weapon to utilize within this offense. The team "settled" for tight end Dalton Kincaid as that player after missing out on the top receivers in the first round. They also did not decide to pursue DeAndre Hopkins.
Now that Dawson Knox is hurt, though, this offense desperately needs another big weapon. Kincaid will emerge, sure. But, Buffalo needs another weapon at receiver. With Jerry Jeudy being available, the Bills should make this happen. Jeudy is a 6-foot-1 former Alabama stud who is still a fantastic route runner and likely just needs a change of scenery to get him going.
With Stefon Diggs on the other side, Jeudy would allow some pressure taken off the All Pro, whereas Gabe Davis will do that occasionally, but not consistently. Assuming Jeudy comes in and plays his best football, that's what the Bills could expect.
Now, what's the price tag on Jeudy? That's the big question. Is he going to cost more than a third-round pick? Jeudy has one more year on his deal, so the Bills would have control for another season after this one. But, is he worth a second rounder to Buffalo? I'm not so sure. Maybe a combination of a third and fifth would be in consideration, but anything higher could be a 'no' from Brandon Beane.