2022 NFL draft: Bills select LB Baylon Spector in seventh round

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The Buffalo Bills have made their final pick at the 2022 NFL draft, pending a very rare trade back into the final round of the event.

The Bills used that selection at the 231st slot to take Clemson linebacker Baylon Spector.

Spector is a 6-foot, 233 pound prospect. The senior had a drop off in 2021, notching 74 total tackles, including 3.5 for loss and 2.5 sacks with an interception.

In 2020, Spector’s stats stand out a bit more, as he had 10.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks in only one more game played (12).

The Bills might have gotten a decent value in their final pick. At least that is according to NFL.com, which projected Spector as a Round 6 selection prior to the draft.

Check back for updates…

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