Todd McShay’s early 2022 NFL mock draft sends Bills CB

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No cornerback early in 2021? No problem. That’s what ESPN’s Todd McShay has the Bulls doing in his early 2022 NFL mock draft from this week.

According to the ESPN draft guru, Alabama’s Josh Jobe is a name to watch for the Bills next offseason.

Here’s how McShay breaks down the pick at No. 30 overall:

Jobe started opposite Pat Surtain II last season and was an effective press-man corner with the ability to reroute receivers at the line of scrimmage. He attacks the ball in the air and broke up 11 passes last season, but he has just one interception over three seasons. After Buffalo took care of the edge rushing group at the draft, it will be able to focus on adding to the secondary next offseason.

Secondary, specifically cornerback, is certainly high on Buffalo’s offseason wish list… even now still. After not selecting one until the sixth round via Rachad Wildgoose at the recent draft, it’s still a need.

Wildgoose might have a chance to factor into the team’s plans next season, but perhaps only in the slot. At the No. 2 spot across from Tre’Davious White, we still currently only have Levi Wallace and Dane Jackson.

Finding a veteran addition might be an option still this summer, but that likely would be a short-term solution. It would not stop the Bills from addressing the spot in a year from now.

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