Buffalo Bills: AJ Epenesa leading early training camp standouts

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Zack Moss 2020 NFL Draft
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3. Zack Moss, RB

The Buffalo Bills have a number of intriguing players at the running back position, but rookie Zack Moss has proven himself to be a versatile threat in the early goings of camp, working in early with Josh Allen and the first-team offense.

Moss showed off his versatility with a whopping 778 touches in four seasons at Utah with the Utes, including 41 total touchdowns.

The Utes got Moss the ball a variety of ways, including as a receiver, and he has a natural pass-catching ability that could help him win the lead running back role in Buffalo as soon as this season.

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Not to be counted out is another former third-round pick in Devin Singletary who was very solid last season as a rookie for the Bills. Singletary had 180 touches as a rookie last season for the Bills and that number should increase in 2020, but Moss is going to make it tough for the Bills to take him off the field so long as he’s healthy.