Yesterday I spent some time trying to devise a full, 7-round mock draft. After round 1 it got boring, and I was sick of sitting in front of the computer, penciling in draft prospects, some of which I had never heard of, and I gave up halfway through round 3. I've spent 90+ minutes doing this because the durn thing wasn't working. Below is my 7 round mock draft for the Bills. Please answer the poll and leave comments.
Now for the Bills 7 round mock draft:
1- Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina Mike Mayock is high on him, he's taller than Jenkins, and faster than Kirkpatrick.
2- Zach Brown, OLB, North CarolinaHas decent size, and fastest of all LBs at the Combine.
3- Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian StateAt 6'4, 220 lbs, he's only 1 inch and 15 lbs smaller than Calvin Johnson.
4- Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona StateBills scouts have spent a lot of time at Arizona State, and he can learn while Fitz burns out his contract.
4- Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn6'5, 314 lbs, I'm guessing he'll be the best tackle left when they pick here.
5- Josh Norman, CB, Coastal CarolinaNix wanted to add 2 corners, and Norman, like Gilmore, is 6'0 and from a Southern school.
5- Ladarius Green, TE, Louisiana-LafayetteI know everyone seems to want Michael Egnew, but I doubt he'll be on the board here.
6- Garth Gerhart, C, Arizona StateAnother Arizona State guy, a backup center would be important given Wood's injury history and the shuffling that went on last year.
7- Kyle Wilber, OLB, Wake Forest6'3, 249 lbs. He finished 2nd in tackles for Wake Forest this year (70).
7- Eric Latimore, DE, Penn State6'6, 275 lbs. I don't see the Bills not drafting a DE, and I suppose Latimore is okay value in the 7th round.
Is this a good draft for Buffalo?
Yes (65 votes)
Yes but unrealistic (39 votes)
It's okay (67 votes)
It's bad (19 votes)
190 total votes