Buffalo Bills: Grading each pick from the 2020 NFL Draft

Defensive lineman A.J. Epenesa of Iowa. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Defensive lineman A.J. Epenesa of Iowa. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /
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Wide receiver Gabriel Davis of Central Florida. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

Gabriel Davis

The Bills continued their trend of adding to the offense grabbing UCF receiver in the fourth round.

David has an impressive frame and willingness to go up and get the ball which is something the team doesn’t have a lot of. He could end up being a favorite target for Allen, along with Diggs, when he is looking for a deep shot down the field.

"“Big player, vertical stretch, can go up high point the ball, contested balls,” Beane said about Davis. “A size guy, he’s a strong guy, he’s got some run after catch. We just liked the way he competes. I thought he had a really good year, and I thought his hands were one of his strong points.”"

While Buffalo made it a point to add speed to their receivers group last season, they needed players who can make the tough catches where Allen doesn’t have the time to make the perfect throw. This will play well into Davis’ strength and to get him in the fourth round provides some strong value.

He will have his work cut out for him if he wants to make the team out of camp considering he sits behind Diggs and John Brown on the depth chart. The team also has tight end Dawson Knox who emerged as a big-bodied target as well but it’s still uncertain if he can be relied upon again this season.

Grade: B+