Buffalo Bills 2019 NFL Draft picks come from variety of college conferences

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Buffalo Bills 2019 NFL Draft picks come from variety of college conferences
Buffalo Bills 2019 NFL Draft picks come from variety of college conferences

Brandon Beane has been the general manager of the Buffalo Bills for two NFL Draft cycles. In that time, he has managed to show a preference for one particular conference while simultaneously scouring smaller schools for diamonds in the rough. In 2019, Buffalo made eight draft picks, just as they did during the 2018 Draft. This year, the Bills drafted five players from “Power-Five” conferences, the same number as last year. They also spent their first choice on a player who does not play in a “Power-Five” conference for the second consecutive year. Last year, the choice was quarterback Josh Allen, who played in the Mountain West Conference at Wyoming. This year, the choice was defensive tackle

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