The Draft Sharks crew attended Bills training camp on Thursday morning and came away encouraged by RB Devin Singletary's usage. RB LeSean McCoy was 1st up with the starters, but Singletary mixed in early and ended up with about the same number of 1st-team reps as McCoy. RB T.J. Yeldon worked exclusively with the 2nd and 3rd teams, while RB Frank Gore got the day off. It's also worth noting that Singletary was split out wide on a bunch of his reps. The rookie appears set to play a significant role right out of the gate. He's a nice pick at his current 13th-round ADP.
The Bills added Florida Atlantic RB Devin Singletary in the 3rd round. The 5’8, 203-pounder disappointed with an ugly 8th percentile SPARQ score at the Combine. But he was a tackle-breaking machine at Florida Atlantic, ranking 3rd in this draft class in Pro Football Focus’ 2018 Elusive Rating. Singletary checks the production box, too, racking up 4,287 yards and 66 TDs on 6.0 yards per carry over the past 3 years. He added another 397 yards on 51 catches. There’s plenty of long-term opportunity for Singletary in a Buffalo backfield with old guys LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore, plus free-agent addition T.J. Yeldon.