It’s easy to see why.
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, Buffalo outside linebacker Khalil Mack, Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews, Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson, Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans and Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins would all be great picks for the Bills.
All six of them, however, could be selected within the draft's first eight picks.
Buffalo must consider whether a move up is worth the cost. The Bills already hold just six picks in this year’s draft, having traded their sixth-round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for wide receiver Mike Williams. If the Bills give up any more picks, they will limit their ability to address all of their needs.
Should they stay put, the ideal scenario would be for one of those six players to fall. If none of them are on the board, though, Buffalo might end up in a position to trade down or make one of the most surprising picks of the top 10.