Round One (8) S Donte Whitner, Ohio State
The Bills made a huge reach selecting safety Donte Whitner out of Ohio State with the eighth overall pick in the 2006 draft.
With potential superstars like OLB Ernie Sims, QB's Jay Cutler and Matt Leinart, highly touted DT Haloti Ngata, and CB Antonio Cromartie still available at the eighth pick, you have to question the Bills reason for selecting Whitner, who hasn't lived up to his potential to date.
Round One (26) DT John McCargo, N.C State
Another first round bust by the brass at One Bills Drive, they selected John Mccargo with the 26th overall pick, when he was projected as a 3rd or 4th round prospect at best.
When the Bills realized their mistake quickly after Williams passed out during a running drill at practice, they traded him to the Indianapolis Colts, which was negated due to a failed physical.
(Still Available: RB DeAngelo Williams, C Nick Mangold, LB DeMeco Ryans, WR Greg Jennings, TE Anthony Fasano, RB Maurice Jones-Drew)
Round Three (70) CB Ashton Youboty
Ashton didn't play very much until this past season when Leodis McKelvin and Terrence McGee spent time on the bench due to injury, but he performed well.
Round Four (105) S Ko Simpson, South Carolina
Solid reserve player in the secondary, however selecting Jahri Evans, Leon Washington, Brandon Marshall, or Elvis Dumervil would have been a tad bit more solid.
Round Five (134) DT Kyle Williams, LSU
Kyle Williams is a key attribute to the Buffalo Bills defensive line, and is increasing production year after year. Will be interesting to see how he can adjust to the 3-4.
(143) OT Brad Butler, Virginia
Butler was just taking on the role of leader on the offensive line, until last season when he suffered an injury, eventually leading to his retirement.
Round Six (178) LB Keith Ellison, Oregon State
Mainly a strong side linebacker, it will be interesting to see if he is used in more pass rushing situations this year.
(Still Available: FB Lawrence Vickers, DT Johnny Jolly, FS Antoine Bethea, CB Cortland Finnnegan)
Round Seven (216) OT Terrance Pennington, New Mexico