The Bills #10 pick is probably the pick that the fewest people can agree on in the top 15, with people wanting everybody from Floyd to Reiff to Kulechy. As many of you know, I'm a full supporter of building on a strength by taking Coples at #10, but I've gradually become resigned to the fact that Quinton Coples will likely not be available at that spot.. So I'm moving on to hoping that we take Melvin Ingram at #10, for the same reason's mentioned in the fanpost by WhatGoesAround.
But for the sake of this this question, let's just assume that whoever we take at #10 is not Malcolm Floyd.
What I want to know is, would anybody be willing to trade our 2nd and 3rd rounders to move back into the late first for Stephen Hill? Maybe with a team like the 49ers, who don't have too many holes that need to be addressed to begin with.
While trading up (or down for that matter) doesn't seem to be the Chix style, you'd have to wonder if they would make an exception for Hill. He obviously fills the need as a #2 WR, who can stretch the field and his size helps him fit the description of a player that is "uncovered even when he is covered," which is what Gailey said he is looking for. Not to mention he is from Georgia Tech, a school that Gailey has very strong ties to.
Rumblers seemed really high on him earlier in the offseason, but the talk about him has seemed to die down recently.