Tre’Davious White (2017 - Current)
Tre’Davious White was drafted with the 27th overall pick by the Buffalo Bills in the 2017 NFL Draft. White quickly established himself as one of the best corners in the NFL and finished second in Defensive Rookie of the Year voting. He picked off four passes and defended another 18 during his rookie season.
In 2019 White was fifth in Defensive Player of the Year voting, was named first-team All-Pro and was voted to the Pro Bowl. White was also named to the Pro Bowl team a second time in 2020 and second-team All-Pro.
White is currently tied for 17th on the Bills' interception list with 17 interceptions. He also has 66 total passes defenses in his career. Unfortunately, he suffered an ACL injury in 2021 that ended his season after 11 games and limited him to just six games in 2022.
White’s best year was without question the 2019 season, with six interceptions, 17 passes defended, and 58 tackles. The Bills and their fans are hoping White can return to form this season. If so, the Bills will begin the 2023 season with their unmatched secondary intact and together once again with safeties Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer.