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Circling the Wagons: Bruce Nolan talks commonly mocked players to the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft

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In this episode, we talk with Bruce Nolan (@BruceExclusive) of the Nick & Nolan Podcast to talk everything NFL Draft and the Buffalo Bills. We chat about how he got started following the NFL Draft as a member in the Buffalo Bills message boards, what he’ll miss about the normal theatrics of the Draft that we won’t get with the virtual set up this year, which position the Bills could take in the second round (pick 54) that he’d give an “F” grade, should the Bills draft a quarterback this season, should the Bills look at running back in the second round, thoughts on players that have been commonly mocked to the Bills in the second, third and fourth rounds, and where he thinks Brandon Beane will trade up into the Draft. Listen now and Go Bills!

Draft prospects discussed: Jonathan Taylor, JK Dobbins, Matt Hennessy, Jonah Jackson, Curtis Weaver, Jonathan Greenard, Kyle Duggar, Jabari Zuniga, Zack Moss, Antonio Gibson, Bryan Edwards, Collin Johnson, James Morgan, Anthony Gordon.

Stay tuned to our next mock draft episode with Bruce where we do a seven-round mock draft with multiple different “trade up” scenarios and picks!

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