My mock draft looks to simply address what we need:
a. pass rush
Round 1 - Quinton Coples - DE - UNC - Some people on this site think he is an underachiever and I have seen him take off plays. The chaos in UNC did not lead to stability and push that he needed. He will make an impact and that is what we need. When he is on his game he can get after the quarterback.
Round 2 - Bruce Irvin - OLB - West Virginia - He has been productive at getting to the quarterback and that is what we need. His stats do not lie.
Round 3 - Frank Alexander - DE/OLB - Oklahoma - He played in a high profile program and pressured the quarterback. He has the size to be an OLB or DE which is what we need.
Round 4a - Nate Potter - OT - Boise State - This is a solid player with experience and high character. He may eventually become a starter but for now he add to our depth at the position.
Round 4b (Evans Trade) - Brian Quick - WR - Appalachian State - This is a tall and speedy WR from a small school and could make an impact from day 1. This is the prototypical WR that Nix is looking for and if Easley works out Quick will give us help on special teams.
Round 5 - Quinton Pointer - CB - UNLV -He has good timed speed and if he comes back from his injury he can be a steal.
Round 6 - Russell Wilson - QB - Wisconsin - This kid is going to be told he is “too small” to play in this league. He has been productive at two different programs. He has the “it” factor. He just needs time to develop. He is a solid fit for Gailey’s system.
Round 6 - (Lynch Trade) - Nicolas Jean-Baptiste - NT - Baylor - Fat guy for the middle of our line. He is simply more depth at a position of need.
Round 7 - Garrett Celek - TE - Michigan State - I do not know how he is related to Brent Celek but that can be a bad thing. Blocker with a upside.
I know it is really too early to do this be I think this draft would be a home run for the Bills. Your Thoughts would be great.