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Texas Longhorns wide receiver Adonai Mitchell (5) catches the ball for an first down against Kansas State Wildcats cornerback Jacob Parrish (10) in the. First quarter of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, November. 4, 2023, in Austin, Texas.

Having traded Stefon Diggs to the Texans for a 2025 second-round pick, having already lost Gabe Davis to the Jaguars in free agency, and with a salary cap situation that no economics professor would approve, the Bills are in heavy rebuild mode. They’ll need to get their next explosive receiver in the draft, and Mitchell aligns nicely with that need. Last season for the Longhorns, he caught 55 passes on 86 targets for 845 yards (15.4 yards per catch), and 11 touchdowns. Eight of those catches were on passes of 20 or more air yards for 302 yards and three touchdowns. WIth Josh Allen throwing him the ball, Mitchell could easily double that total. Mitchell is a full-field receiver with outstanding route acumen, and speed cuts for days to frustrate and confuse enemy defenders. Doug Farrar, Touchdown Wire

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