The Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms with three of their 2020 NFL Draft choices. According to Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle, Buffalo has signed kicker Tyler Bass, wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins, and cornerback Dane Jackson.
Bass was Buffalo’s first choice in the sixth round. Drafted No. 188 overall out of Georgia Southern, he has a powerful leg and should compete with veteran Stephen Hauschka throughout camp. For his collegiate career, Bass made 79.4% of his field goals and 98.3% of his extra-point attempts.
Hodgins was Buffalo’s second choice in the sixth round. A tall, rangy wideout, the 6’4” Oregon State product was selected No. 207 overall. As a junior in 2019, he had a phenomenal season, catching 86 passes for 1,171 yards and 13 touchdowns. At the NFL Scouting Combine, Hodgins ran a 4.61-second 40-yard dash and checked in with a 36.5” vertical.
Jackson was Buffalo’s lone seventh-round choice. Selected No. 239 overall out of Pittsburgh, the 6’ corner is a physical player who loves contact—perhaps a little too much. He profiles as a solid man-to-man corner, so he may have an opportunity to play the Kevin Johnson role to Levi Wallace in the future.
The Bills have signed their final three draft choices, but they still have to sign the top of their draft class, including second-round choice A.J. Epenesa, third-round choice Zach Moss, fourth-round choice Gabriel Davis, and fifth-round choice Jake Fromm.