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Bills Daily 2003 Mock Draft

For the fourth year in a row, Bills Daily tries to predict who the Bills will draft. Bills Daily draft guru Bob Wensley takes a stab at it. If you want to do more research check our draft links.

The Bills are scheduled to pick 23rd in the first round of the NFL Draft thanks to the Peerless Price trade and anywhere from 14th-16th in subsequent rounds. Tom Donahoe always has a tendency to trade down and he may do so here to get more than the seven picks the club has. For our mock draft, we are assuming the Bills will make the pick in the first round and all other rounds. The Bills weren't given any compensatory picks for the first time in years. Please e-mail us with your comments on Bob's projections.
 

(Last Updated on April 25, 2003)

ROUND/PICK PREDICTION/ANALYSIS
1-23 ( #23 overall)   DE Michael Haynes - Penn State Could start opening day.
2-16 ( #48 overall)    WR Brandon Lloyd - Illinois Will battle for playing time as 3rd wide out.
3-15 ( #79 overall)    CB Sammy Davis - Texas A&M The Candy Man will be our Nickel Back.
4-14 (#111 overall)    QB Ken Dorsey - Miami Bills have had some luck with Miami QBs.
5-16 (#151 overall)    TE Doug Ziegler - Mississippi May gamble on guy coming off of an injury.
6-14 (#187 overall)    C Ben Claxton - Mississippi Need to have a backup center on the roster.
7-14 (#228 overall)    OLB Scott Shanle - Nebraska Backup LB & Special Teams contributor.


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