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

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Round 5, Pick #164-RB Isaac Guerendo, Louisville

After the first trade with the Lions in the first round, the Lions decided to do something similar and move up one spot with the Bills, who are slated to pick at #163. The Lions moved up for Xavier Thomas, edge rusher out of Clemson.

This didn't allow me to double dip at this position, but there was another prospect sitting there that could be a gem of a pick for the Bills in the late fifth round. Isaac Guerendo could be a good complement for James Cook, considering he is 6'0" 221 lbs, and has a total RAS (relative athletic score) of a 9.7 out of a possible 10.

Guerendo absolutely dominated the testing portion of the combine and since has been rising up draft boards. This makes too much sense considering this is a cost-controlled running back that could be the thunder to James Cook's lightning.

Round 6, Pick #200-DT Khristian Boyd, Northern Iowa

With the later rounds of the draft, teams usually use this as a chance to fill out their roster for depth purposes and/or competition for players. This is exactly the move for a player like Khristian Boyd.

Considering the Bills could use some depth at the defensive tackle position, and with Boyd being on a rookie contract for four years, this could help the team financially for the future. Also, with enough coaching from this defensive room lead by Sean McDermott, Boyd could flourish in this system and be a meaningful asset.