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Billieve: Recapping Buffalo’s 2020 NFL Draft class

What to make of Buffalo’s seven-man draft haul.

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On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, host John Boccacino and co-host Jamie D’Amico break down the Buffalo Bills’ draft class from the 2020 NFL Draft.

We start off our podcast by assessing the job general manager Brandon Beane did in drafting in 2020. Given the fact that Buffalo didn’t have a first-round pick (thanks to the Stefon Diggs trade), Bills fans have to be happy with the fact that the Bills wound up with physical defensive end A.J. Epenesa with their first pick (no. 54 overall). Epenesa is a gifted talent who was projected to go to the Bills with the No. 22 overall pick back at the beginning of the offseason.

Both Boccacino and D’Amico think Epenesa was an outstanding value pick. While our podcasters think Beane nailed the majority of his picks while shoring up the team’s needs and not reaching in the draft, D’Amico thought that Beane selected several players above where they should have been drafted.

We highlight the picks we love (highlighted by Epenesa, running back Zack Moss, wide receiver Gabriel Davis and quarterback Jake Fromm), and those we’re less than enthused by (led by kicker Tyler Bass). Our two-person jury is also split on wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins and Dane Jackson.

Check out the latest Billieve Podcast to find out what our podcasters think about Buffalo’s draft, then leave your thoughts on the Bills’ draft class in the comments section below.


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