Is it just me, or does Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley (left) look extremely proud of himself?
Maybe Whaley should be, as he managed to land Sammy Watkins, arguably the draft's best playmaker, at No. 4 overall. It was a contentious move considering Whaley had to give the Cleveland Browns the No. 9 pick as well as first- and fourth-round picks in next year's draft.
Whaley also brought in three massive offensive linemen in Cyrus Kouandjio (Round 2), Cyril Richardson (Round 5) and Seantrel Henderson (Round 7). Rounding out the draft class for the Bills are linebacker Preston Brown (Round 3), defensive back Ross Cockrell (Round 4) and linebacker Randell Johnson (Round 7).
Considering the arduous lead-up to the draft, the seven rounds went by in a blur. Everyone wants to know how his team did, so the next step is to look at draft grades. We've taken the liberty of compiling all of the Bills' draft report cards into one convenient slideshow.
Did the Bills ace the test, or do they need to stay after class? Read on to find out what the experts think.