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Mississippi State Football: Which NFL landing spot is best for Kylin Hill?

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NCAA Football: Abilene Christian at Mississippi State Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports

A hybrid back whose versatile skillset perfectly transfers to the pro level, Kylin Hill would flourish if drafted by the Buffalo Bills.

While Zack Moss’s power and Devin Singletary’s elusiveness have been formidable, Hill embodies both traits and has a nose for the endzone. Hill is a plug-and-play runner. Moreover, he can be the perfect complimentary piece to accompany quarterback Josh Allen and wideout Stefon Diggs.

Though the top backs mentioned in this year’s class are Alabama’s Najee Harris and Clemson’s Travis Etienne, Hill is likely to be a sleeper and steal. As Buffalo boasts one of the NFL’s most potent offenses, it is clear that the Bills must address the running game. If the Bills decide to draft Hill, look for him to be their primary workhorse.

In today’s NFL, a back must be reliable in both the running and passing game. As head coach Sean McDermott and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll are two of the NFL’s most innovative minds, Hill’s vast array of skills fit the modern game.

Hill will not only be a factor on the field. His confidence and leadership skills speak volumes off the field. The Bills are a trending team with a swagger, playing for one of the NFL’s most passionate fanbases. If donning a Bills jersey, expect Hill to make an immediate impact and become a fan favorite.

Hail State!