24. Dallas Cowboys: Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M
The Dallas Cowboys could be poised to lose Connor Williams in free agency at the guard position and after Dak Prescott’s 2020 injury, they simply cannot afford to risk him getting hurt again.
Whatever assets the Cowboys have to throw at the offensive line in 2022, they need to do it.
After prioritizing the defense in 2021, the Cowboys had a major turnaround on that side of the ball. The 2022 offseason should be all about fortifying Dan Quinn’s defensive unit as well as upgrading the offensive line for both the short and long term to ensure Prescott stays upright.
25. Buffalo Bills: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
The Buffalo Bills don’t have a ton of pressing needs outside of the cornerback position, but the value of Jameson Williams is too good to ignore here.
Even after Williams suffered an injury in the National Championship game so his availability will be a question mark at the start of the 2022 season, but there’s no question about his talent and big-time speed.
With Emmanuel Sanders hitting free agency in 2022 as well as Cole Beasley getting older, the Bills could seamlessly add Williams to the mix whenever he is healthy to go with Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.