2020 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills 7-round mock

K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU Tigers. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU Tigers. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /
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Antonio Gibson, Memphis Tigers
Antonio Gibson, Memphis Tigers. (Photo by John Bunch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) /

Fifth Round

Scouting Report. RB. Antonio Gibson. player. Pick Analysis. Memphis Tigers. 155. 858

The No. 155 pick comes to the Bills by way of a trade with the Cleveland Browns. Buffalo received the Browns’ fifth and sixth-round picks in this year’s draft by trading away guard Wyatt Teller and next year’s seventh-round pick. Buffalo is always in need of running backs. So why not tap into the Memphis Tigers’ tailback pipeline and land Antonio Gibson at No. 155?

S. Virginia Tech Hokies. player. 847. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Reggie Floyd. 167

This is Buffalo’s fifth-round selection. At this point in their early 2020 NFL mock draft, the Bills haven’t addressed some of their defensive back concerns. One player we know who was coached up well in college under Bud Foster at Virginia Tech was safety Reggie Floyd. Given Sean McDermott’s expertise as a secondary coach, this could be a solid late-fifth round selection.

Sixth Round

player. 856. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. CB. Oklahoma State Cowboys. A.J. Green. 188

This pick comes Buffalo’s way from the same deal that sent Teller to Cleveland. Let’s say the Bills address their last draft need with this No. 188 overall selection. Oklahoma State named A.J. Green. He might only be the second-best player with that name on the roster next year if the Bengals wideout comes here in free agency, but he can be a good player for them.

Scouting Report. 201. 830. Pick Analysis. TE. Cincinnati Bearcats. Josiah Deguara. player

Buffalo will have addressed all of its 2020 NFL Draft needs by the time it’s their turn to make selection No. 201 in Las Vegas. A tight end is always a young quarterback’s safety valve. So let’s say they go with Josiah Deguara of the Cincinnati Bearcats with this pick. He might be able to catch a few passes from Josh Allen or at least act as a chipping tight end to begin his NFL career.

207. 849. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Louisville Cardinals. C. T.J. McCoy. player

By taking a former Louisville Cardinals center, T.J. McCoy doesn’t have much of a chance of filling the shoes left by Eric Wood. However, McCoy comes from a Louisville team that found itself once again under new head coach Scott Satterfield. At the very least, you’ll want an offensive lineman who has been part of a big cultural turnaround in college to be a good soldier as a professional.

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Seventh Round

Buffalo does not have a seventh-round pick this year, stemming from a trade with Cleveland for former first-round wide receiver Corey Coleman.