The Buffalo Bills have selected TE Dalton Kincaid with the No. 25 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. Buffalo traded up in a deal with Jacksonville for the No. 25 pick, sending the Jags No. 27 and 130 picks this year.
Fantasy Impact: Dalton Kincaid gives Josh Allen another big target to throw to and is set up for instant success on arguably the most talent-rich team in the NFL. Kincaid is a receiver that happens to play tight end but can line up wide as well, similar to Travis Kelce. Buffalo spent their 2022 first-round pick on CB Kaiir Elam but went the offensive route this year. Thor Nystrom has Kincaid as No. 19 overall and TE1 with an NFL player comp of Todd Heap on his Top 500 big board. Kincaid is big-bodied at 6’3.5”, 246 lbs with 10.25” hands. He caught 70 balls for 890 yards and eight touchdowns last season at Utah including a 16-catch/234-yard performance against USC and an 11-catch game against Oregon. He is capable of huge fantasy production at a perennially shallow position like tight end and could be a steal in drafts this season with the potential for a TE1 finish.
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