If C.J. Spiller’s right about last year’s results making the Bills close to being a Super Bowl team, two rookies will be in position to help them take the final steps. In a look at the team’s 2012 draft choices heading into training camp, the Bills’ website mentions cornerback Stephon Gilmore and left tackle Cordy Glenn, the team’s first and second-round draft choices, both spent the spring working as starters. That’s not much of a surprise with Gilmore. The Bills cut Drayton Florence and had a huge hole opposite Aaron Williams in the starting lineup that the 10th overall pick was expected to fill the moment Roger Goodell announced his name.