Here's Mr. Kadar fleshing out why he chose Boise State running back Jay Ajayi for the Bills with the No. 50 overall pick:
Under new head coach Rex Ryan, look for the Bills to want to run the ball more. The catch with that is the team doesn't seem to have a featured runner and C.J. Spiller is a free agent. A player like Ajayi is a three-down back, able to use his speed and power, but also be an asset in the passing offense.
Ajayi, who will turn 22 in June, is a fourth-year junior that entered the 2015 NFL Draft with a year of eligibility remaining. He first saw the field in 2012, when he played second fiddle to D.J. Harper in Boise's first season after Doug Martin went pro, and then became a full-time starter in the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He finished his career with 3,796 rushing yards (at just under 5.6 yards per tote), 771 receiving yards, and 50 total touchdowns, 32 of which came last season.
At the 2015 NFL Combine in February, Ajayi measured in at 6'0" and 221 pounds, ran the 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds (with a 1.6-second 10-yard split), a 39-inch vertical jump, and a 10'1" broad jump. Our own Dan Lavoie just wrote a scouting report on Ajayi this morning, calling him a second-round prospect and placing him fourth in his running back rankings.
What do you think of the mock draft pick, Bills fans?