Early look at five 2025 NFL Draft prospects Bills should be watching

When one mock draft season ends, another begins. Within hours of the draft ending, scouts have already started scouring the prospects for next season — and here are a few that might already be making waves at One Bills Drive.
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Nic Scourton — Edge Rusher, Purdue

This could have been Jack Sawyer or J.T. Tuimoloau from Ohio State, but I didn't want this article to be boring, so let's go with Scourton who's the definition of a beast.

At 6'4" and 280 pounds, Scourton recorded ten sacks as a 19-year-old Junior in 2023. If he continues to dominate, against tougher competition, after transferring to Texas A&M, there's a chance he could be selected in the top 10 of next year's NFL draft — but if he's available by the later stages of round one, or if the Bills slouch and pick higher than usual after retooling this offseason, he'd be a no-brainer pick.

Considering the Bills haven't seen crazy production from A.J. Epenesa and Greg Rousseau, and Von Miller has been disappointing since returning from knee surgery, the Bills could certainly be in the market for a premier pass rusher next offseason.

Next year's draft class is loaded with special talent along the defensive front and it would be smart for the Bills to nab one of the best edge rushers in the nation if they want to shut down the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, and their other AFC competitors.