Buffalo Bills: Top 5 targets in first round of NFL Draft after start of free agency

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2. Adonai Mitchell — Wide Receiver, Texas

6'2", 205 pounds and a 4.34-second 40-yard dash at the NFL combine.

While Adonai Mitchell from the University of Texas is the perfect build for an NFL wideout, it's his on-field ability that stands out. Mitchell is one of the more fluid route runners in his class and his ability to snatch footballs with strong hands is a plus.

Perhaps the only knock on Mitchell is that he doesn't play the game at blazing speeds, despite having recorded one of the fastest scores amongst wide receivers at the combine. When asked about it, Mitchell was quick to defend himself.

"I never run routes full speed. That's just a part of my game that allows me to run routes for the whole drive and mostly just feel like I'm in control."

Adonai Mitchell at the NFL combine

Mitchell is certainly a more polished receiver than Coleman, who can also play the boundary and is effective at recognizing the weaknesses in zone coverage.

If Mitchell can realize his potential at the next level, he can become a number one receiver for an NFL franchise. His lack of elite production and injury history at the college level will likely keep him available until the later stages of the first round, which is good news for Buffalo.

But the next player on this list likely won't be available, but the team's 11 draft picks could give the Bills an opportunity to swing big.