The Buffalo Bills took another big step towards turning their team into potential playoff contention with the completion of the 2012 NFL Draft class. This draft class can also be referred to as the 3G class, with Gilmore, Glenn and Graham being drafted with their first three picks.
The Bills wound up making a total of nine draft picks, and addressed both sides of the ball, drafting four players on offense, four players on defense and one player for special teams.
The 2012 draft even included Bills General Manager Buddy Nix making his first draft-day trade, as he jumped up two spots in the third round to draft No. Carolina St. wide receiver T.J. Graham.
We will take a detailed look at the draft class as individual choices, collectively as a group, and how the draft class shapes the team and which veterans are now in danger of losing their spot on the roster. We will also take a look at how the Bills draft was graded by the community of NFL experts.
On to the presentation.