Breaking down the greatest undrafted Buffalo Bills players of all-time

The Buffalo Bills have a few guys from this year's group of undrafted that could make the Bills roster in 2024, but let's look at past UDFA's and rank the best of the best.
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5. CB - Levi Wallace

Levi Wallace joined the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted rookie in 2018. He played well enough that season to earn seven starts. He recorded three pass defenses and 37 tackles. The following year, he assumed a starting role for the Bills, starting all 16 games. He remained the Bills starting corner through 2021, starting 45 games. He had six career interceptions with the Bills and totaled 219 tackles. Each year, the Bills brought in new competition for Wallace and each year he fought them off and earned the starting role.

In 2022, he signed a free agent deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he remained for two years. He started 18 games out of 31, recording six interceptions and 86 total tackles. Each of the last three seasons, he's had double-digit pass defenses, with a career-high of 13 in 2022, for a total of 54 in his six years in the league. This offseason, he signed a new deal with the Denver Broncos, where he looks to continue his career. It's early in his career too, he has time to potentially climb this list and further his career.