The Buffalo Bills have drafted Tre’Davious White a CB from LSU with the 27th pick. The Bills earlier traded their 10th pick to the KC Chiefs in exchange for their 1st round pick in 2018 and the Chiefs 27th pick in this year’s draft.

White received high marks and accolades from the NFL site: “Playing defensive back at LSU is typically a stepping stone to the pros, and White’s talents should help continue that trend in the 2017 NFL Draft. He was a top five cornerback prospect nationally from Shreveport when entering the 2013 season, and stepped into the starting lineup in week three of his freshman year despite the available talent on the Tigers’ depth chart. He finished his rookie year as a SEC All-Freshman team member, recording 55 tackles, 2.5 for loss, two interceptions and a team-high seven pass breakups. White kept that starting job with 33 tackles, three for loss, two picks, and six pass breakups in 2015. He was a first-team Walter Camp All-American and All-SEC selection last year (34 tackles, two INT, team-high 14 PBU — ranked eighth in the FBS”.

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