Grading all 10 picks the Buffalo Bills made in 2024 NFL Draft

The Buffalo Bills got busy after the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft.
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#168: Javon Solomon, EDGE - Troy

Javon Solomon is not your typical big edge rusher that teams would like to have, but the Bills added a player who has a high motor and has an incredible first step at the snap of the ball. Last season, Solomon was a First-team All-Acc Conference player where he had 16 sacks. Yes, that's right, 16 sacks. In addition, Solomon was amongst the top of the nation in tackles for loss with 18.

We may not see Solomon on the field on first and second down situations, especially in run situations. However, the Bills may have acquired themselves a serviceable pass rusher who can get to the quarterback and take pressure off of the secondary.

Grade: B

#204: Tylan Grable, OT - UCF

Whenever a team can draft big guys to help protect upfront, there should never be a question about it. The Bills took UCF offensive tackle Tylan Grable. Starting at left tackle, Grable will be a training camp player who can provide competition and potentially be a backup for Dion Dawkins. At 6'6" and over 300 lbs, Grable now comes to Buffalo and will look to help protect the blindside of Josh Allen.

Grade: C+