At this point, after barely a week of 2011 NFL Draft prospects completing their pro days, seven of the 13 prospects we're charting for the Buffalo Bills have made their final public pre-draft auditions. No. 8 is on the docket on Thursday, as cornerback Prince Amukamara is set to take part in the Nebraska pro day.
Amukamara, considered a Top 15 pick with the potential to slide into the Top 10 for much of the off-season, has seen his stock rise after an outstanding Combine performance in which he answered questions about his long speed and overall athleticism. He's worth covering from a Bills perspective; that said, we don't consider him anything more than a longshot for Buffalo's No. 3 overall pick.
Also of note: the Indiana pro day is today, as well. Keep an eye on 6'6", 323-pound tackle prospect James Brewer, a two-year starter at IU that in 2009 played bookend to last year's first overall pick in the second round, Rodger Saffold of the Rams. Brewer is an excellent athlete for a man his size, but inconsistencies as a blocker will likely keep him in the mid-round range come April. Bills assistant offensive line coach Bobby Johnson was Brewer's (as well as Saffold's) position coach at Indiana prior to joining Chan Gailey's staff in January 2010.