Who to watch in the East-West Shrine Game

January 15, 2020 - 2:37 am

Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft is still 99 days away but the evaluation of eligible prospects is already underway.

While many top college players are headed to Mobile, Alabama for next week's Senior Bowl, many others will hit the field in this weekends East-West Shrine Game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Although it isn't a stage that normally features many first round picks, the event has featured many notable current and former NFL players including former Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, Philadelphia Eagles guard Brandon Brooks, and Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown.

There are a number of players that should interest the Bills this weekend.

Here's a look a a few:

  • Binjimen Victor - WR - Ohio State

A lot of the early draft talk has circled around the Bills' need for a big target for Josh Allen on the outside.

Ohio State wide receiver Binjimen Victor fits the mold at 6-foot-4.

Victor has an extremely large catch radius and has good speed for a big target. While Victor is someone you can trust to come down with passes in tight coverage, he is a very smooth route runner too.

Against press coverage, he has shown the ability to create separation through technique, and physicality. That was on display during 1-on-1's this week.

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