Buffalo Bills: Predicting roles for 2022 draft picks entering second season

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Baylon Spector

The final draft pick the Buffalo Bills made in the 2022 NFL Draft was linebacker Baylon Spector out of Clemson. He was an experienced linebacker who had 191 total tackles in four seasons with Clemson.

Last season, Spector was inactive for a majority of the season but did play in six games however only was on defense for 12 snaps with 86 special team snaps.

Entering this training camp, Spector is probably going to have a chance at the starting job to replace Tremaine Edmunds, like Bernard, however he is probably a long-shot. If there is one thing that he has an advantage in this training camp battle over Bernard and Dorian Williams, is he played alot more at linebacker in college and that experience could help him.

However, he is not as athletic as Bernard or Williams and may struggle in coverage and covering the space needed from the position. He most likely is on the roster bubble and will need to prove he can be a key contributor on special teams to make the 53-man roster.