In a draft year where the top is as unsettled as it has been for quite some time, the Buffalo Bills are one of the hardest teams to peg.
Picking a quarterback was the early leader in the clubhouse, but moves involving Tarvaris Jackson and the quasi-signed Kevin Kolb might temper those first-round expectations. Neither are long-term answers, but Buffalo could be better served waiting until round two before adding a rookie to the competition.
Cordarrelle Patterson and Keenan Allen were the mid-way leaders, but much of that was more of the media hype game than anything else. Both could still be possibilities at No. 8, but their projected stocks do not look as high as they were a month ago.
Chance Warmack or one of the talented tackles have been bantered about as well, but do the Bills really want to spend a high pick on a lineman? Eric Wood is the only offensive lineman to be drafted by the Bills in the first round since the infamous Mike Williams selection.
Instead of trying to figure out the most likely option for the Bills at eight, let's take a look at a few prospects that would be good fits, regardless of round.