1st round 19th pick – Buffalo Bills stick to their guns and take the best player available. That player is Robert Nkemdiche the defensive lineman from Ole Miss. The Bills have Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus at the defensive tackle position but Nkemdiche is such a hard person to block that the guys on the line with Nkemdiche will eat. Rex Ryan builds his D-Line up after losing a very similar Mario Williams to the Dolphins.
2nd round 49th pick – Buffalo Bills select a wide receiver to pair with Sammy Watkins. The Bills have a bunch of question marks after Robert Woods, and they will want to add another weapon for Tyrod Taylor. The guy they select is Rashad Higgins the big wide out from Colorado State. Higgins may be the most underrated prospect in the entire draft.
3rd round 80th pick – Buffalo Bills select Dak Prescott from Mississippi State. The Bills need a security blanket if something happens to Tyrod Taylor. Let’s be honest, E.J. Manuel is not the answer, and Rex Ryan loves his agile quarterback. Prescott is a good passer as well, which is a huge need for the Bills.
4th round 117th pick – Antonio Morrison the linebacker from the University of Florida is a backer that hits and plays with passion. The Bills need linebackers and depth and Morrison is a guy that can come in and contribute right away.
4th round 139th pick – The Bills struggled with Dan Carpenter at the helm so this year they find his replacement. The Bills select Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo, which allows them to free up some cap space by cutting both Jordan Gay and Dan Carpenter.
5th round 156th pick – The Buffalo Bills add former University of Miami safety Deon Bush. The Bills are high on him and he is there in the 5th round. Bush is a good player that can come in and help at a very thin safety position.
6th round 192nd pick – Bills did sign Jim Dray and they have Charles Clay under contract, but they draft another guy they think can be a good target. The Bills draft Tyler Higbee out of Western Kentucky here.
6th round 218th pick – Bills finish off their draft by selecting Taylor Fallin of Memphis. The big tackle can be a swing guy that the Bills could use depth at the position.