While Brunson displayed physicality in college, he lacks NFL quickness and athleticism. Scouts say he can play inside the box, but once the play goes outside, he’s not effective. He also struggled to defend in man coverage.Round 7, Pick 239: Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South FloridaWilcox’s best season at USF came in 2018 where he broke the school record for receptions (43) and receiving yards (540) by a tight end earning first-team All-AAC honors. His production did slip a bit last season totaling 28 catches, 350 yards and five touchdowns.Wilcox is known for his powerful blocking skills and his smart angles to blocking in the second level. He lacks speed and athleticism to be an effective receiver but could excel at the NFL-level in run blocking. The Buffalo Bills snuck up on the NFL last season, completing a 10-6 season and earning their second playoff berth in three seasons.Last season the Bills finished with the second-best scoring defense in the league allowing just 16.2 points per game. However, offensively Buffalo was tied for the ninth-worst scoring offense (19.6 points per game). To bolster the offense, the Bills acquired wide receiver Stefon Diggs from the Vikings in exchange for four draft picks including the 22nd overall pick this year. Buffalo will look to add depth to their roster as they challenge for their first divisional title since 1995.Sporting News’ Vinnie Iyer released his seven-round mock heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.Here’s a closer look at the Bills’ mock draft:MORE NFL DRAFT 2020:Latest news | SN’s 7-round mock | Top 100 big boardBills mock draft 2020RoundPickPlayerPositionCollege254Julian OkwaraEDGENotre Dame386Jack DriscollOTAuburn4128Essang BasseyCBWake Forest5167Darrynton EvansRBAppalachian State6188Jordan FullerSOhio State6207T.J. BrunsonLBSouth Carolina7239Mitchell WilcoxTESouth FloridaRound 2, Pick 54: Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre DameBills open their NFL Draft by selecting Okwara. The Charlotte native had his best season in 2018 posting 38 tackles, a team-high 12.5 tackles for loss and eight sacks. The four-year defensive lineman saw his senior season cut short after suffering a broken fibula.Okwara saw a third of his total tackles go for a loss but will need time to get stronger and faster at the line of scrimmage. He also struggled against the run, which could hamper his potential as an NFL player. The bloodlines are on his side, however, as his brother Romeo is with the LionsRound 3, Pick 86: Jack Driscoll, OT, AuburnDriscoll began his collegiate career at UMass, redshirting his freshman season before playing two seasons with Minutemen, starting 20 games at left guard and right tackle. After graduating in three years, he transferred to Auburn where he played his final two seasons of eligibility starting every game at right tackle. At the NFL Scouting Combine, Driscoll posted the fifth-best broad jump at 114 inches. Scouts believe Driscoll will have to get stronger and might only fit in zone schemes. In addition, Driscoll likely projects as a guard at the next level limited to just being a run blocker.Round 4, Pick 128: Essang Bassey, CB, Wake ForestBassey was a productive three-year starter at Wake Forest. In his sophomore season, Bassey ranked second in the ACC with 19 passes defended. The following season, Basey was named second-team All-ACC with 74 tackles and 15 pass breakups. He concluded his Demon Deacons career with a selection to the All-conference third-team with 60 tackles and 11 pass breakups.The 5-foot-9 cornerback reads the quarterback well in zone coverage and has solid speed allowing him to change directions if needed. However, he does struggle to get off the blocks and teams are concerned whether he could match up with bigger NFL receivers.Round 5, Pick 167: Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian StateEvans was one of the best tailbacks in college football last season rushing for 1,480 yards (ninth in FBS) and 18 touchdowns earning Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Year. In his sophomore season, he was also first-team all-conference totaling 1,187 yards and seven touchdowns. The redshirt junior was also an impactful receiver with 198 yards and five touchdowns last season.The Appalachian State running back showcased his elite speed at the Combine posting a 4.41 40-yard dash which was the second-fastest among halfbacks. His running style makes him a solid outside runner and does have the ability to be a three-down back even with him being slightly undersized at 5-foot-10 and 203 pounds. His change-of-pace and kick return ability should make him an attractive choice in the middle rounds of the draft.Round 6, Pick 188: Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio StateFuller had a standout career with the Buckeyes. As a junior in 2018, the Ohio State captain tied for the team lead with 81 tackles to go with four pass breakups and an interception. Last season, he finished with 62 tackles, four pass breakups and two interceptions leading to first-team All-Big 10 honors.After coverage struggles in 2018, he bounced back limiting chunk passing plays and helping stop the run last season. Scouts worry that Fuller is too thin to play safety (203 pounds) and will likely have to compete for a back-up safety role in the NFL.Round 6, Pick 207: T.J. Brunson, LB, South CarolinaDespite having sports hernia surgery before the 2019 season, Brunson managed to start every game for the Gamecocks totaling 77 tackles (six for loss), four pass breakups and one interception. His best season was in 2018 where he racked up a team-high 106 tackles (10.5 for loss) and four sacks leading to him being named the team’s co-MVP.