With the 2013 Senior Bowl in the books—the South defeated the North 21-16 in a sloppily played game—it's time for me to update my Buffalo Bills mock draft.
I watched the game closely, focusing primarily on all six quarterbacks in the game. My hope was that Tyler Wilson or Mike Glennon would blow me away and force me to take them in the first round.
Well this certainly didn't happen, but due to Buffalo's need for a QB, I found myself taking a quarterback much earlier than I had hoped.
Truthfully, the only quarterback with whom I came away impressed was E.J. Manuel. The Florida State QB won Most Outstanding Player by throwing for one touchdown and running for a second. That being said, I still see Manuel as a third- or fourth-round prospect. Manuel has plenty of talent but is very raw and inconsistent.
In my last Bills mock draft, I had Buffalo selecting Jarvis Jones and Ryan Nassib in the first two rounds. Neither made this mock. That said, I still do believe there is a chance that Jones is available at No. 8. If he is, Buffalo would have to take the phenomenal OLB to upgrade its defense.
Please keep in mind that the Bills do not have a seventh-round pick as they traded it to the Seattle Seahawks for Tarvaris "Inactive" Jackson.