Buffalo is quite stout on offense, so the Bills needed to build around young quarterback Josh Allen to help him develop. Interior blocking needed multiple upgrades, while weapons for Allen would help, too.
2020 NFL Draft class
- No. 54: A.J. Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa
- No. 86: Zack Moss, Running Back, Utah
- No. 128: Gabriel Davis, Wide Receiver, UCF
- No. 167: Jake Fromm, Quarterback, Georgia
- No. 188: Tyler Bass, Kicker, Georgia Southern
- No. 207: Isaiah Hodgins, Wide Receiver, Oregon State
- No. 239: Dane Jackson, Cornerback, Pittsburgh
The Bills deserve full credit for giving multiple weapons to Allen. Zack Moss will form a potent tandem with Devin Singletary and help take some off the load.
The Bills also found two receivers for good value. Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins are large-bodied receivers who may have trouble with separation but can be potent weapons in the end zone. Allen will have some big bodies to throw to next season.
A.J. Epenesa was a steal at No. 54 and bolsters an already stacked defense, Jake Fromm has a floor as a competent backup and may be good enough to build up and flip for a better pick down the line.
There was some good value here, but I’m concerned they were unable to find any help on the interior line to help Allen’s blocking. Therefore I’m giving it a B.