At this point in the first round, the nickel cornerback from Ohio State is a tremendous value for the Buffalo Bills.
Wade is physical, very solid in man coverage from the slot, and capable of blitzing and coming up and defending the run.
With no Big Ten season, we’re not going to get to see Wade really show what he can do as an outside corner, but his skills can project well there as well at the NFL level.
The Bills’ secondary keeps on getting richer.
A former quarterback, Chazz Surratt is one of the more fascinating prospects in this class.
His initial transition to the linebacker position was tough sledding, as one might expect, but he’s become one of the best defensive playmakers in the ACC.