Pick 30 (Round One): Jalen Mayfield, OT – Michigan
With Gregory Rousseau’s draft stock rising, and assuming the Buffalo Bills don’t trade up or down in the first round, I chose Jalen Mayfield out of Michigan in this mock draft. Mayfield (no relation to Baker) is a very talented tackle who has anchored the right side of Jim Harbaugh’s offensive line for the past two seasons. Right tackle will be a position of need for the Bills if Daryl Williams leaves, which is becoming more and more likely as the off-season progresses. Mayfield is an absolute mauler who is great at creating holes and finishing blocks. I see him as a perfect replacement for Williams and having a quick impact on this already dominant offense.
Pick 62 (Round Two): Chazz Surratt, LB – North Carolina
With the Bills’ second-round pick, I have them going with quarterback turned linebacker Chazz Surratt from UNC. Surratt is a versatile and physical defender who definitely has the potential to take over for Matt Milano if the veteran Bills linebacker signs elsewhere. He is a solid tackler with great sideline to sideline speed, and excellent football IQ to boot. This would be a dream scenario if Surratt falls into the Bills’ lap at 62. If offered the chance, I would suggest even trading up if Milano is gone.