I recently was reading some Bleacher Report articles just to get some thoughts started on who might be a diamond in the rough for this year's draft. One caught my attention and I will include a link at the bottom, but is there a case for the Bills drafting a late round running back in this year's draft? I understand that there are so many other needs to fill between the linebacker position (inside and outside), wide receiver position, quarterback, and in general depth. Buffalo could utilize some versatile players such as Zach Line, the SMU RB.
Line is a late round pick for now and is likely a 4th, 5th, or 6th round pick. While he fits in as a fullback in most systems, Line has solid hands and is a good receiver out of the backfield. I guess he was sick at his pro day and ran only a 4.77 40 yard dash, but he reminds me of a Dorin Dickerson type H-back (he is only 6'1" so he won't play any tight end). The first link is a Bleacher Report article about him, but the second link is a highlight video.