The Buffalo Bills landed a playmaker in Marcell Dareus with their first pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. It happened to fill a major need in their defense as well. The Bills will look to do the same thing with their first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Since the defensive line has been fortified with the signings of Mario Williams and Mark Anderson, the Bills could look to the secondary in the draft with the available depth at the position.
The team drafted Aaron Williams with their second-round pick last season, which could lead them to look elsewhere with their first pick; but it wouldn't hurt to have two top cornerbacks in the secondary for the next four to five years.
Terrence McGee, 31, has not played more than 11 games since the 2008 season and Leodis McKelvin was victimized by opponents wide receivers last year, making the cornerback position a target for the Buffalo Bills.
As draft time inches closer, here are the top four options the Bills should scout at the cornerback position.