- Round One: Kadarious Toney, WR – Florida
- Round Two: Chazz Surratt, OLB – North Carolina
- Round Three: Payton Turner, DE – Houston
Round Five (Pick 162): Tedarrell Slaton, DT – Florida
At nearly 360 lbs., Slaton is a mountain of a defensive tackle. He plays with good leverage for a man of his size and is virtually unmovable at the point of attack. Slaton doesn’t offer much as a pass rusher but could be a very effective early down run stuffer in the NFL. The Bills lacked a true run stuffing defensive tackle in 2020 and Slaton fits that role perfectly.
Round Five (Pick 175): Alaric Jackson, OT – Iowa
Finding a productive, four year starting offensive tackle in the fifth round is fortunate. When that prospect is from Iowa, who produces some of the best offensive line talent in the country, it’s even better. Jackson is surprisingly underrated considering how effective he was in college. He’s closer to a finished product than many other guys, which limits his ceiling and upside. Jackson offers plenty of versatility and can play the right or left side and could even slide inside to guard.