Gabriel Davis will have to battle for snaps on offense behind Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley, but could carve out a special teams role. If he can prove to be a reliable returner, he should find himself on the Bills roster when camp ends. That would earn him valuable and much needed time to develop at the NFL level.
Fromm was a proven winner at Georgia, but is viewed in a Chase Daniels mold in the NFL. He will serve as the backup to Josh Allen, in place of Matt Barkley or Davis Webb. He is all about rhythm and touch, with a high football IQ. He will excel as a career backup.
Bass was in the conversation as the best available kicker in this draft class. He will head to Buffalo and likely takeover the job there right away. He is accurate with a very, very, strong leg.
Isaiah Hodgins will have a tough time making the Bills roster, but he has the skills to do so. The Oregon State product caught 86 passes for 1,171 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2019. Hodgins has below average speed but outstanding ball skills, instincts and will to make the contested catch.
Dane Jackson will have the chance to learn from some of the best in the NFL in Buffalo. The corner was three-year starter with consistent ball production in the ACC for Pittsburgh. He is physical and a great hand fighter. The biggest question surrounding Jackson is his ability to stick with NFL release quickness and recover deep if beaten.