Buffalo Bills find multiple starters in latest seven-round mock draft

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Round 2, Pick #60-WR Ja'Lynn Polk, Washington

For the Bills, getting a wide receiver felt imperative to get within the first two days of the draft (Rounds 1, 2, and 3). In this mock draft, Brandon Beane sees the potential of one of the three-headed monster wide receiver trio out of Washington.

Of course, the main target in that Washington offense was Rome Odunze and will not be in the Bills' range in the first round. Ja'Lynn Polk and Jalen McMillan though are fair game, and why not take the higher-graded receiver in Polk at the back half of the second round?

Round 3, Pick #73-DT Braden Fiske, Florida State

This pick from the trade with the Lions certainly helped the Bills in securing a Top-100 talent in Braden Fiske. With the re-signing of DaQuan Jones and also the free agent signing of Austin Johnson, the defensive tackle room seems to be shored up.

But unfortunately, Jones and Johnson are older veterans who will only be on the Bills either just for this year (Johnson) and next year (Jones). The Bills could use some youth in this draft, and with the veteran presence of Jones, Johnson, and Ed Oliver, Fiske can have an impact on the future of this team.