Drafting a WR in the first round hasn't been talking about too much on this blog.
In my opinion there are only three defensive lineman that warrant the #11 pick in the first round for the Bills, and one may be a reach. Those three guys are DE Everette Brown, DT BJ Raji, and DT Peria Jerry (Jerry would be the reach).
What it looks like might happen, as of now, is that neither Raji or Brown will be there at number 11. If that happens, many fans including me feel the Bills should start thinking about guys like DT Peria Jerry and Center Alex Mack. Now, what I think is being ignored is the need for another WR.
Think about it. Besides Lee Evans the Bills still have no threat to go deep (something Turk Schonert referred to in his video on buffalobills.com). James Hardy was supposed to be a bit of a deep threat for the Bills, but who knows how long it will take for him to recover from the injury. Also, Josh Reed had injury problems last year and Steve Johnson might not be all we are cracking him up to be. Plus, neither Johnson or Reed are deep threats.
Basically, what I'm saying is that the Bills still desperately need another threat at WR arguably just as much as they need a DE or a C.
The receiver that I think would warrant the #11 pick is Jeremy Maclin. This guy is a playmaker, has great speed, he's elusive as you can see from his punt returns, and he also was a heck of a receiver as shown through his production at Missouri. I feel like the Bills would have a really hard time passing this guy up considering the success of Desean Jackson, and simply because they need another WR.