Bills 2021 NFL Draft Class
After an AFC championship game loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Buffalo Bills made it a priority to add depth onto their pass rushing unit. Gregory Rousseau is a unique talent off the edge, and his 15.5 sack season in 2019 was even more productive than his first round counterpart Jaelen Phillips.
Carlos Basham is another ACC rusher that has shown a lot of promise, but definitely needs time to develop. Non-power five offensive lineman Spencer Brown and Tommy Doyle also will need time to grow before making impacts as a starter.
While the draft class shows potential, I do not believe the results will not be apparent right away. Most of the players seem to be a couple years away from being a couple of years away. I do not believe there will be an immediate impact for a team that is Super Bowl hopeful.
FINAL GRADE: C+
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