Pick 30 (Round 1): Kadarius Toney, WR – Florida
If the Bills want to build to beat the Chiefs, they have to stockpile weapons for Josh Allen like it’s the cold war. (In a sense, it is a cold war; all the way down to the color schemes.)
Toney has solid speed and acceleration, which aids in his quick cuts and change of direction on routes and in the open field. He’s like a bigger Cole Beasley with Isaiah McKenzie’s versatility. He can line up on the outside, in the slot, and even at running back, which would allow Brian Daboll to keep calling jet sweeps, direct snaps, motion screens, and receiver passes.
(According to CFB Sports Reference, Toney completed three of six passes for 82 yards and a touchdown in his four years at Florida.) He also has experience as a return man.
He would be both a short-term luxury and long-term asset, seeing as Andre Roberts and Isaiah McKenzie are pending free agents, Cole Beasley is aging (but still a stud), and John Brown could be a cap casualty this offseason.