The Buffalo Bills take Shaq Lawson at No.19
The Buffalo Bills have just taken Shaq Lawson at the 19th overall pick in the NFL Draft. Lawson, a defensive end from Clemson had a fantastic season last year for the Tigers leading the nation in tackles for loss. He can come in right away and replace the departed Mario Williams, who headed South to Miami.
The selection of Shaq Lawson does not come without questions marks, who has dealt with a major shoulder injury while at Clemson. The injury will require surgery with a recovery time of 4-6 months, but some believe he can wait until after his rookie season to do so. The other questions mark is if he is another one-year wonder, similar to a previous Bills pick, Aaron Maybin.
Lawson was unable to beat out Vic Beasley when together at Clemson, who had a disappointing rookie season last year for the Atlanta Falcons.
If he can answer those questions, Lawson could be a force alongside Kyle Williams, Marcell Dareus and Jerry Hughes. In a Rex Ryan led defense anything is possible and the Bills are hoping he can get the most out of him at the next level.
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