The 2013 Underwear Olympics—otherwise known as the NFL combine—has come to an end.
Some prospects greatly improved their stock.
Look no further than Margus Hunt. The 6'8", 275-pound defensive end from SMU put on quite a performance.
In the 40-yard dash, Hunt ran an impressive 4.6. He also showed off his strength on the bench press. Hunt tossed up 225 pounds a total of 38 times. If you've ever seen Hunt play, he's not just a workout warrior. Heading into the combine, Hunt was looked at as a second-round pick. Now? There's a legitimate chance that Hunt is off the board on night one of the NFL draft.
Unfortunately, not everyone had the combine they had envisioned.
Damontre Moore, a fellow defensive end, took a real hit at the combine.
In the last month, Moore was in the discussion of being one of the first defensive players selected in the draft. Now? He'll have to have a good pro day to stay in the first round. At the combine, the 250-pound Moore could only bench press 225 pounds a total of 12 times. In the 40-yard dash, Moore finished with an unimpressive 4.95. The former Aggie stated that he tweaked his hamstring while running.
It's important to remember that the combine is only a small part of what teams look at when making their draft boards.
When Buffalo is making their draft board, they'll evaluate film, All-Star games and the combine.
Unfortunately for the Bills, the team cannot draft solely on value. Buffalo has plenty of holes to fill on their team, both offensively and defensively, so they have to address these needs. Buffalo only has six picks to work with at the 2013 NFL draft after trading their seventh-round pick to Seattle for Tarvaris Jackson.
Keeping all of this in mind, here is the Buffalo Bills' post-combine mock draft!