2. Gabe Davis, WR
At every juncture of the 2020 NFL Draft, there were gems to be uncovered at the wide receiver position.
Because of the depth of the 2020 class, Central Florida’s Gabe Davis was almost a complete afterthought.
Davis has pretty average receiver size, below-average speed and explosiveness metrics, and his production in college was certainly very solid but not overly spectacular by comparison to his peers in this draft class.
The Bills got him with the 128th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and at that juncture, he was probably a big-time steal.
This video shows Davis running away from the starters in the Buffalo Bills’ vaunted secondary.
According to eye-witness reports, Davis has been having a very steady or “admirable” camp so far.
Snaps may not be overly easy to come by at receiver for the Bills this year, but with both John Brown and Cole Beasley over the age of 30, it’s not out of the realm of possibility to think Davis could be in the starting lineup for Buffalo as soon as 2021.