July 12, 2024

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The Bills need a receiver. The organization has talked about explosive plays. Vertical-threat receiver Gabe Davis is a pending free agent.

The stars were aligned for a receiver to come into the combine, demolish the Ferrari of athletic tests (the 40-yard dash), and run right into the hearts of Bills Mafia everywhere.

Enter (and exit) Xavier Worthy.

The Texas product set a new Combine record with a 4.21 official 40-yard dash and got a pop from the crowd in attendance during his final run after a 4.25 unofficial first go. Many are projecting Worthy to be a first-round pick despite his historically thin 165-pound frame, with some even opining the Bills may have to trade up from their current draft slot at 28th overall to land the Longhorn speedster.

Another Longhorn, another stellar Combine athletic testing performance.

Mitchell brings a more notable element of size to the Bills’ wide receiver corps (6’2”, 205 pounds) absent Davis, but his movement abilities are even more freakish than his Texas teammate Worthy when accounting for the increased mass he’s carrying. Mitchell comes into the NFL with a reputation for his ball skills, yards-after-catch ability, and physical gifts — with acknowledgement that his route running needs polish. His game against Alabama in 2023 opened eyes as he played well against NFL-quality cornerbacks in Kool-Aid McKinstry and Terrion Arnold

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