In the draft, inevitably there are good players who, for whatever reason, end up being picked at a far later spot than originally projected. I'd like to see what the community thinks about guys whose draft stock may be falling, and could be considered a potential later round steal at positions the Bills might be looking for talent. I'll throw out a few possibilities to start:
Marquise Lee - judging by the attention some other WRs like Cooks & Beckham are getting, there's a chance he may fall to the 2nd. If he's there at 41, should the Bills take him?
Tre Mason - a possibility he might fall to the 3rd based on concerns about his ability to block. Interested?
Timmy Jernigan - might just fall due to the way teams compile their boards. Would he be worth a shot at 41?
C.J. Mosley - could he fall like Manti Teo did a year ago? If so, would he be a shoo-in for a 2nd round pick by the Bills?
One of the top QB's (Manziel, Bridgewater or Carr) if he's still there in the 2nd, and you've got a first round grade on him, do you stick to your board and take a potential star to backup EJ?