Bills Top 30 Visits: DB Cooper DeJean


As the NFL Draft approaches, the Buffalo Bills have conducted their due diligence by hosting a series of top 30 visits with prospective draftees. These visits represent the most in-depth meetings between the players and the team, providing a prime opportunity for both parties to assess fit and potential. Among the pool of talented prospects are individuals showcasing a diverse array of skills and talents, each bringing unique strengths and capabilities to the table. Let’s take a closer look at some of the standout prospects who have recently met with the Bills as they prepare to make crucial selections in the upcoming draft.


Measurables: 6’0 1/2, 203 pounds, 4.43 40-yard dash


Career Statistics:

Film Grade: Late 1st, Early 2nd rounder

Signature Skill/Trait: Athletic Versatility

Summary Report:

Cooper Dejean exhibits impressive skills in coverage, demonstrating excellent eye discipline especially in trap coverages. He excels as a Cloud corner, utilizing clean angles and displaying elite spatial awareness while comfortable in off coverage. Dejean’s transitions are fluid, and his elite closing speed enables him to minimize explosive plays down the field. However, he occasionally lacks aggressiveness against the run and could benefit from showing more fire and physicality. Despite his finesse playing style, Dejean possesses a versatile skill set, capable of adapting to various techniques thanks to his athleticism and footwork. While his technique is generally sound, limitations in arm length have occasionally impacted his ability at the catch point. Nevertheless, Dejean’s ability to take calculated risks and create on-ball production adds value to his game. Overall, he is a promising prospect with the potential to thrive at the next level, but I would like to see him elevate his intensity and aggression to fully realize his talent.