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2012 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills And Wide Receiver Prospects

WACO, TX - NOVEMBER 19: Kendall Wright #1 of the Baylor Bears runs during a game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Floyd Casey Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Waco, Texas.  (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
WACO, TX - NOVEMBER 19: Kendall Wright #1 of the Baylor Bears runs during a game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Floyd Casey Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Waco, Texas. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
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The 2012 NFL Draft begins exactly one month from today, Buffalo Bills fans. For the next month, our coverage here at Buffalo Rumblings will become highly draft-centric, but before we get into all of that, we're looking to get the pulse of the fan base first.

The Bills have a glaring need for a new player - or perhaps multiple new players - at wide receiver, where the team has some options for the No. 2 receiver position, but no stand-out candidates. The team could also use an infusion of speed and the ability to stretch defenses vertically. GM Buddy Nix has said that he likes his receivers at this point, but that doesn't mean the position won't be addressed.

Without question, Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon is the top receiver available this year. Also without question: Blackmon won't be available when the Bills pick at No. 10 overall. That leaves the Bills a quartet of second-tier receiver prospects that have a shot at being taken in the first round: Michael Floyd of Notre Dame, Kendall Wright of Baylor, Stephen Hill of Georgia Tech and Rueben Randle of LSU.

Our question for you is simple, Bills fans: which of those four players do you currently prefer if the Bills are going to take a wide receiver in Round 1?