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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The 2020 draft is packed with receiver talent In the latest round-up of mock drafts highlighted below, the consensus remains that the Buffalo Bills will use a first-round selection on a wide receiver. Laviska Shenault, Jr. from Colorado remains a popular choice, with Tee Higgins and Justin Jefferson also getting some love. Defensive ends start to appear in some of the mock drafts this week, including K’Lavon Chaisson from LSU. I imagine this will continue to be a popular target for Bills fans, especially with the current questions around Shaq Lawson’s free agent status. Also included are some takeaways from the 2020 Senior Bowl below courtesy of The Draft Network, as some of these players could start to creep up draft boards in the coming weeks. Daniel Jeremiah 2020 NFL mock draft 1.0: Four QBs in top 15 - NFL.com The Buffalo Bills chose Tee Higgins (WR, Clemson) with the first-round selection. Marino's 2020 NFL Mock Draft 5.0 | The Draft Network The Buffalo Bills chose Lavis
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