INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Offensive lineman Riley Reiff of Iowa participates in a drill during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
The 2012 NFL Draft begins exactly one month from today, Buffalo Bills fans. For the next month, our coverage here at Buffalo Rumblings will become highly draft-centric, but before we get into all of that, we're looking to get the pulse of the fan base first.
The Bills have a glaring need for a new player - or perhaps multiple new players - at left tackle, where second-year pro Chris Hairston currently has no competition for the starting gig (at least on paper). GM Buddy Nix has stated his intent to address the tackle position, and while he doesn't have a history of doing so with early-round picks, he's busted at least one major trend this off-season.
Without question, USC's Matt Kalil is the top tackle available this year. Also without question: Kalil won't be available when the Bills pick at No. 10 overall. That leaves the Bills a quartet of second-tier tackle prospects that have a shot at being taken in the Top 20: Riley Reiff of Iowa, Jonathan Martin of Stanford, Mike Adams of Ohio State and Cordy Glenn of Georgia.
Our question for you is simple, Bills fans: which of those four players do you currently prefer if the Bills are going to take a left tackle in Round 1?
One month out, which is your favorite 2012 NFL Draft left tackle prospect for the Buffalo Bills?
Riley Reiff, Iowa (906 votes)
Jonathan Martin, Stanford (878 votes)
Mike Adams, Ohio State (220 votes)
Cordy Glenn, Georgia (259 votes)
Other (explain in a comment) (103 votes)
2366 total votes