I watched and followed the Senior Bowl game and practices and the one player who's stock has risen considerably is Baylor Nose Tackle, Phil Taylor, who weighs in at 337 lbs. and is considered a late first rounder now. If the Bills would be stupid to ignore him if he is still there in the 2nd round. He was bullrushing the offensive line and moves North-South as Chan Gailey stated. He earned second-team All-Big 12 accolades in his final collegiate season, putting up 52 tackles, seven for loss, and two sacks for the Bears.
Another player that stood out was Ryan Kerrigan, DE from Purdue. Tied for the all-time Football Bowl Subdivision record with 14 fumbles forced (Big Ten record) ... tied for second all-time at Purdue with 33.5 sacks ... fifth in Purdue history in tackles for loss with 57.0.
* Kerrigan would definitely help the Bills pass-rush, while Taylor might be the Nose Tackle we are looking for, although he does have some character issues.