ESPN's Adam Schefter provides speculation for Buffalo Bills at No. 33

AFC Divisional Playoffs - Kansas City Chiefs v Buffalo Bills
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We are just a few hours away from the second round of the NFL and the Buffalo Bills are set to start as the first team to pick tonight with the 33rd pick. After trading down twice in the first round, Brandon Beane has a great amount of draft picks to work with in the next two days. The Bills acquired the 33rd pick from the Carolina Panthers who got up into the first round to select South Carolina wide receiver Xavier Leggette.

Buffalo will have plenty of options to choose from at various positions. There is a great amount of talent that fell out of the first round, like Cooper DeJean and Jer’Zhan “Johnny” Newton. However, we might have just learned what the Bills will do to kick off the second round.

Adam Schefter has reported that there is speculation that Buffalo will go with a wide receiver to start tonight.

It seems like the most obvious choice for the Bills, but last showed that Beane is willing to be patient. He essentially traded away two receivers to the Kansas City Chiefs (who got Xavier Worthy) and the Panthers with Leggette. With the receivers that are available, some prospects that come to mind include Adonai Mitchell out of Texas, Troy Franklin from Oregon, Ladd McConkey from Georgia, and possibly Keon Coleman out of Florida State.

Out of these four specific players, Mitchell and McConkey may have had the best chance at being drafted late in the first round. Instead, they will be waiting again for their name to be called.

Either way, if what Schefter is saying is indeed true, Bills fans will finally get to see who Josh Allen will be throwing the ball to. It is also important to note that Jordan Schultz made a bold prediction of the Bills coming out of this draft with atleast two receivers. Don't put anything past Beane because he might just surprise you.