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Round 1, Pick 10: Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 19
Gilmore is a well-rounded, athletic cornerback who was productive in the SEC. He is a solid and consistent cover corner who is athletic with great size and ball skills. He is not yet a lockdown cover corner, but he is ready to come in and start and cover sideline receivers.
Round 2, Pick 41: Cordy Glenn, OT/G, Georgia
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 17
Glenn is a massive, 346-pound offensive lineman with tremendous length. He has great strength and the versatility to play both tackle and guard.
Glenn’s footwork is substandard for an NFL left tackle, but the Bills look for offensive tackles with length and could attempt to use him as an offensive tackle. He would, however, be a tremendous fit to kick inside to guard.
Round 3, Pick 69: T.J. Graham, WR, North Carolina State
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 182
Graham is not a great receiver, but he is blessed with great speed and agility. He is a skilled return specialist and has high upside thanks to his athleticism.
Round 4, Pick 105: Nigel Bradham, OLB, Florida State
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 57
Bradham is a well-rounded, playmaking linebacker with great athletic ability. He is a sound tackler, drops back into coverage effectively and can make plays anywhere on the field. He is a good fit to play as a strong-side linebacker.
Round 4, Pick 124: Ron Brooks, CB, LSU
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 178
Brooks is a very intriguing draft prospect. He played in a situational role as an LSU cornerback but was very effective as a nickel/dime back, and he projects well to playing a similar role at the next level.
Brooks is small, but he's a tremendous athlete. He would have been a star in most college secondaries but was buried in a secondary deep with talent. That could end up working out well for him, as he is a natural fit to step in right away and play as a third or fourth cornerback in nickel or dime situations. He also has potential as a punt returner.
Round 5, Pick 144: Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 125
Sanders is a big right tackle with good feet for his size. At times, he looks great, but he is highly inconsistent, including a very poor showing at the Senior Bowl. He has high potential as a right tackle but may not end up being starting-caliber.
Round 5, Pick 147: Tank Carder, OLB, Texas Christian
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 105
As a two-time Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year, Carder has always been known for coming up with big plays. He is a consistent tackler who is good at dropping into coverage.
He is undersized and not a hard-hitter, but he is a solid athlete. He should fit well into the Bills’ linebacker rotation and contribute on special teams.
Round 6, Pick 178: Mark Asper, G, Oregon
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 279
Asper is a solid all-around offensive line prospect with positional versatility. He does not have great feet and is not overpowering, but he should make a solid backup.
Round 7, Pick 251 (compensatory selection): John Potter, K, Western Michigan
Overall Prospect Rank: Not in Top 400
Potter is a solid kicker with a strong leg, but this selection seems like a waste. While he is being looked at as a kickoff specialist, it is tough to warrant keeping a player to be a kickoff specialist with the NFL’s new kickoff rules that moved them up to the 35-yard line.
The Bills already have a reliable kicker in Rian Lindell who signed a four-year contract extension with the team this offseason.