2011 NFL Draft Results: Buffalo Bills Take Aaron Williams over Akeem Ayers
The Buffalo Bills make a surprise pick, selecting Texas' cornerback Aaron Williams out of Texas. Williams projects to be a tweener for the National Football League, as he may be better suited to play safety.
Standing 6'1 and weighing 198 pounds, he will likely see time in nickel coverage to keep up with the Jets' Brad Smith, Dolphins' Davone Bess, and New England's Wes Welker.
At Texas, Williams racked up 89 tackles, forcing five fumbles, and picking off four passes in three years.
Drayton Florence and Donte Whitner are set to become free agents, and with Williams now on the roster, it's highly likely one if not both are gone.
However, with Akeem Ayers, Brooks Reed, and a plethora of front seven talents still available, the pick is questionable.
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