Kendis MacLeod, Sports Writer

In the 2023 draft, the Bills picked up six new players on the team including Utah tight end Dalton Kincaid and guard O’Cyrus Torrence.

The Bills were ranked 8th best for overall picks in the NFL, and 4th in the AFC while getting around a B on their draft outcome.

Buffalo’s first pick was Dalton Kincaid, a tight end coming out of Utah. This could potentially help the Bills offense even more allowing them to put him as a slot receiver to help out Josh Allen. This would be a dangerous combination with Dawson Knox as the other tight end.

“That’s not the case for Buffalo’s top returning tight end, however. Dawson Knox called himself “super excited” about Kincaid joining the team and said he envisions the two players creating matchups that have the offense “drooling before the ball is even snapped” this season,” says Josh Alper from NBC Sports.

The Bills picked up offensive guard O’Cyrus Torrence from the Florida Gators. The Bills have been having problems with their offense and Torrence has proven that he is up for the job having an 89.9 out of 100 blocking grade in the 2022 season.

Torrence has been known to have great communication skills and is a very hard worker. He is 6 ft 3 in 300 pounds and is known to create havoc at the line.

“I think you’re getting a guy who can hit the ground running. Really good in the run game, pass game and also has leadership traits, good communicator, high character, smart football player. So, very dependable, very consistent, tough, durable and some freaky, freaky physical traits as well,” says Zach Goodhall from

Dorian Williams was also picked up by the Bills in the 3rd round and can be a great replacement for Tremaine Edmunds who left the Bills during the offseason.

“But before the end, there’s a note that involves Williams and the defense. It’s Fowler’s belief that Williams will factor into the discussion to replace Edmunds, despite what we’ve heard,” says Nick Wojton from BillsWire.