Ranking the best options for Buffalo Bills at pick 33 in 2024 NFL Draft

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4. Jackson Powers-Johnson, C/G (Oregon)

In the first round, Graham Barton out of Duke seemed like a real possibility for the Bills if he were to fall to them at 28th overall. He unfortunately would be selected two picks before Buffalo by the Tampa Bay Bucs at 26th overall.

If the Bills are still looking to add to the interior of the offensive line then Jackson Powers-Johnson is the best player available to do that. He only had one full season as a starter which was this past year with Oregon and played center the entire year. However, it was a really impressive season as he would win the Rimington Trophy, which is awarded to the best center in college football.

The Buffalo Bills are probably looking for a player that gives them some flexibility for this part of the offensive line. They had to reshuffle the line a bit with Mitch Morse being released and moved Connor McGovern over to replace him. However, McGovern did a really good job at left guard and the pick of Jackson Powers-Johnson could allow him to remain at that spot.