It’s hard to predict what will happen in a year from now in many circumstances. The NFL draft is certainly included in that.
In most way-too-early 2022 mocks, the Bills address their secondary. In a recently CBS Sports one, the Bills do grab a playmaker… but one on offense.
Buffalo’s selection at pick No. 30 in Round 1 is Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson:
Wilson made plays on a weekly basis for the Buckeyes in ’20 and it’s fair to say that he and Olave are the most dangerous WR tandem heading into the 2021 season.
Wilson would be a pick that would solidify the Bills receiving corps. However, it does seem like an unlikely one. Emmanuel Sanders is only signed for one year, But the Bills would still have Stefon Diggs and another year of seasoning for Gabriel Davis.
The Bills could potentially stand to find a long-term replacement for Cole Beasley, but doing so in the first round seems unlikely. Buffalo could go other routes to do that, even staying in-house, or even hang onto Beasley for longer.