After not pursing any players in free agency, it seems like the plan for the Bills is to address the right tackle position in the draft.
If the top two tackle prospects, Greg Robinson and Jake Matthews, are off the board before the Bills pick, Michigan's Taylor Lewan should be in the discussion.
CBS Sports' player overview states that "with better technical coaching in an NFL environment, Lewan certainly possesses the raw tools that if combined with better technique and instincts, could lead him to long-term dominance at the tackle position."
This is something that he would definitely get in Buffalo playing under Doug Marrone, who has experience working with offensive linemen.
There is some concern about off-the-field issues with Lewan, who last month was charged with three misdemeanors stemming from a fight in December. This may not scare away Buffalo, though, who has shown a willingness to look past such incidents, like in last year's draft when they selected Kiko Alonso and Duke Williams.
Lewan should be available when the Bills select at No. 9 overall but probably won't be the pick if any of these next three players are still on the board.