The undrafted free-agent signing period is the absolute most chaotic time on the NFL calendar.
It's just not really hyped, and when the draft ends, everyone thinks the selections are done.
While undrafted prospects are being scooped up by the second, here is my Buffalo Bills post-draft wish list.
Adrian Bushell is far from physically imposing at 5'9'' and 186 pounds, and he's not necessarily an elite quick-twitch athlete, but he's a fighter and has experience as a slot corner.
He could provide depth for the Bills at that position.
Apparently, Da'Rick Rogers' off-field concerns were serious enough to make him go undrafted.
But now, there's no reason why he shouldn't be brought it for a workout.
The Bills added Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin to the receiving corps, but Rogers is a supremely talented wideout who can play on the outside and win jump balls down the field.
Kevin Reddick is a 6'1'', 240-pound middle linebacker who moves fluidly and is ferocious attacking the line of scrimmage.
His ball location skills are a major concern, but he has the physical skills to transition to the new-age NFL where spread offenses are becoming more prevalent.
He can even put his hand in the dirt and get after the quarterback off the edge.
Nickell Robey likely wasn't drafted due to his lack of size—5'7'', 170 pounds—but he projects decently to the nickel cornerback spot, and although the Bills grabbed two defensive backs in the 2013 NFL draft, no cornerbacks were taken.
He's a chippy defender who competes on every play.
With the shakiness of Ron Brooks and Justin Rogers, Robey would be worth a try.
Xavier Nixon is a massive individual at 6'6'' and 320 pounds. He showed flashes of absolute dominating play while at Florida, but work-ethic issues and general inconsistency were likely the reasons he wasn't drafted.
Buffalo didn't add an offensive lineman in the draft, and while there's more depth along the offensive line than initially believed, a prospect as talented as Nixon shouldn't be passed up.
Dennis Johnson, Knile Davis' running mate at Arkansas, was actually more impressive in 2012 than the player who was picked in Round 3 by the Kansas City Chiefs.
While he struggles with ball security, he's elusive in the open field and is a sound receiver out of the backfield.
At 5'9'' and 213 pounds, he runs with a low center of gravity.