The 2010-2011 season will be one of new beginnings for the Buffalo Bills—a new GM in Buddy Nix, a new head coach in Chan Gailey, and a completely revamped 3-4 defensive scheme.
The 2009 Draft was a successful one, and the Bills added quality players that all proved they are worthy of being mentioned in the Buffalo Bills future plans.
Second round pick Jairus Byrd, out of Oregon, came in second place for the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year award after taking the league by surprise and intercepting nine passes.
Both guards Andy Levitre and Eric Wood found their way to the starting lineup, as did fourth round tight end, Shawn Nelson.
The Bills built on top of their 2009 draft success by filling out the positions needed for the transition to the 3-4 defense that new defensive coordinator George Edwards is installing this offseason.
The Bills now have a lot of quality young talent on their roster, and this slideshow overviews the 10 players that are the future of the team.