The 2019 NFL Draft is upon us! I started my evaluations back in mid-December, which included many, many hours of film studied, biographies examined, statistical and historical data analyzed, and visits tracked. This group of guys, in my opinion, meet most of the benchmarks that General Manager Brandon Beane and Head Coach Sean McDermott look for in football players and men. These prospects are likely targets because of their experience, production, character, versatility, competitive nature, and positions of need.
After each day of the Draft, I will reassess and update the targets for the next day. Below, you will see several players listed with their strengths, weaknesses, and any notes that I found to be of importance outlined. You will also find any links to content that we have created for those prospects. They are not necessarily in any particular order, as this isn’t an actual draft board by grade, but rather a cluster of targets who may be on the board when the Bills pick and who meet the benchmarks.
Make sure to pay attention to:
Blue players: A favorite player of mine
If a player made an official visit to Buffalo, you will see it in PURPLE font.
If a player had a private workout with the team, you will see it in PINK font.
If a player participated in the Senior Bowl, you will see it in ORANGE font.
If a player was a captain, you will see it in GREEN font.
If a player was a wrestler, you will see it in LIGHT BLUE font.
Once in the PDF file, simply click the player’s name to be redirected to content.
Come back to this post for day two and day three of the 2019 NFL Draft.