Buffalo Bills replace Gabe Davis, Jordan Poyer in latest 4-round mock draft

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R2:60 - Xavier Legette, WR - South Carolina

This is the big, physical wide receiver that many Bills fans want on the Buffalo roster. I don't blame them and Legette is a very intriguing prospect. At 6'1" and 220 pounds, he provides the size, though not as tall as someone like Keon Coleman, who may be in play for the Bills at pick 60 as well. For me, I have to go with Legette. His NFL Combine performance was by far better and not only does he have size, but he ran a 4.39, compared to Coleman's 4.61.

In 2023, he did most of his damage on crossing and hitch routes, where he was targeted 38 times, resulting in 32 receptions and 612 yards. He was also targeted eight times on go routes, catching four of them for 177 yards and a touchdown. He still has room to grow though, having only 273 total snaps in 2021 and 2022 combined. He didn't get a full-time opportunity until last season, but made the most of it, with 71 receptions, 1,255 yards, and seven touchdowns.