Round 1, Pick 9: Zack Martin, OT/G, Notre Dame
In a scenario where the Bills do not trade up and Jake Matthews, Mike Evans and Greg Robinson are all off the board, they could be content to settle on Martin with the ninth pick.
He would be an immediate upgrade to the offensive line and could be considered the best player available on the team's board.
Round 2, Pick 41: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
By selecting Benjamin, the Bills could reunite second-year quarterback EJ Manuel with one of his collegiate receivers while adding the size they lack at the position. He is a big wideout who excels at making plays on jump balls and is a skilled route-runner.
Round 3, Pick 73: Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford
An instinctive linebacker with a nose for the football and good playmaking range, Skov has the versatility to play a variety of roles in the Bills 4-3 defense.
An impactful blitzer who fills gaps well but is also adept in coverage, Skov could be a priority rotational player at any of the three linebacker positions and then potentially take over as the starting middle linebacker in 2015.
Round 4, Pick 109: Walt Aikens, CB/FS, Liberty
Aikens is a small-school standout who has a good combination of size and athleticism and could provide depth and competition at both cornerback and safety. He is a physical player who is at his best in press coverage and run support.
Round 5, Pick 149: Terrance West, RB, Towson
The Bills seem to be interested in adding a power back to their stable of runners and would get good value on a spectacular small-schooler if Towson's Terrance West is still available in Round 5.
West, who set single-season FCS records last season for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns, is a big, between-the-tackles runner who consistently grinds out extra yardage.
Round 7, Pick 224: Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
The Bills could use one of their late-round picks on a young backup quarterback, and Boyd would be a good fit with his ability to make plays with both his arm and feet.
He didn't quite develop into the pocket passer he was expected to be going into his senior season, but in Round 7, he would be a good value as a developmental player with some stylistic similarities to Manuel.
Check out my Bills mock draft slideshow from earlier this week for full analysis on all of these projected picks.
All measurables courtesy of NFL.com.
Dan Hope is an NFL/NFL draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report.