Much has been made of the Buffalo Bills' wild draft this year, which was full of trading up and down all the way until the end of Day 3. A trade up in the first round to select Sammy Watkins and a seventh-round selection of troubled lineman Seantrel Henderson made the Bills a lightning rod of criticism in the days of reflection following the highly anticipated event, and for good reason, too.
However, the seven-man draft list does not even account for half of the players the Bills added to their 90-man roster on draft weekend. Per usual, the Bills combed through the leftovers from the draft in hopes of finding another diamond in the rough—something they have become accustomed to in recent years. Former USC corner Nickell Robey is the most recent in a long line of UDFA's who have come into camp and made a near-instant impact on the roster.
The Bills didn't sign a clear should-have-been-drafted player like they did last year with immature receiver Da'Rick Rogers, but there is a handful of undrafted rookies who have a legitimate shot at sneaking their way onto the final roster.