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

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Honorable Mention: T'Vondre Sweat — Defensive Tackle, Texas

Considering the Bills are thin at defensive tackle, outside of Ed Oliver and the recently resigned DaQuan Jones, they should strongly consider landing the scariest man in the draft.

Listed at a staggering 6'4", 366 pounds, T'Vondre Sweat is a plug-and-play 1-tech defensive tackle that will wreak havoc on his opponents. With Jones having torn his pectoral muscle last season, Sweat can act as a key rotational piece while Oliver and Jones get up to their usual business.

And after Jones contract is over, Sweat can take over as the full-time starter across from Oliver.

While Sweat won't stand out on the stat sheet, his impact is profound across the defensive line. If Sweat can eat two blockers on the interior of the line, he will give one-on-one opportunities to the remainder of the Bills pass rushers — and he's a fantastic run-stopper too.

The only reason that Sweat wasn't listed as anything more than an honorable mention on this list is because he'll likely be available in the second round. If the Bills decide to stay at pick number 28, then they could consider moving up in the second round to select the unanimous first-team All-American from Huntsville, Texas.