1) DE Aaron Maybin Penn St. 6-4, 249, 4.89 - Maybin is a speed rusher that is on the smaller side. He had 12 sacks this year for the Nittany Lions after taking over the starting job in week 3. He will likely step in as a situational pass rusher with Chris Kelsay holding the starting job at left end. He's more comfortable being even smaller and may project to an outside linebacker in his career. He has good explosion but lacks experience and technique. Is quick off the ball but doesn't do as well when he goes down the line.
1) G/C Eric Wood Louisville 6-4, 310, 5.25 - Wood has a thick frame and is very durable. The Bills may see him as a guard instead of a center. He has good muscle definition but lacks superior lower body strength. He's very intelligent but needs to make better line calls if he remains at center. He has good balance as opposed to being an overly powerful player. Can fit in immediately at guard or center. He lacks superior power but has good technique.
2) S/CB Jairus Byrd Oregon 5-10, 207, 4.69 - He's considered a well built player that gets a good jam on the line of scrimmage. He is a playmaker with soft hands and good closing speed. Gets called for too many interference penalties but is a solid tackler and a nose for the football. He had seven interceptions in 2006. Will get a look at free safety with the Bills.
2) G/OT Andy Levitre Oregon St. 6-3, 305, 5.36 - Played tackle in college but is too short to play it in the pros. Has a thick frame that makes him the prototypical guard in the pros. Has battled with weight issues but shed weight for the Senior Bowl. Good on the field awareness with no off the field issues. Very intelligent and a hard worker with good blocking ability.
4) TE Shawn Nelson Southern Mississippi 6-5, 240, 4.56 - Nelson fills the role of a pass catching tight end. He is tall and lanky with very good speed for a tight end. He averaged 15 yards per catch last year. He may need to add bulk to be an all-around tight end but he may not have that much growth potential. He's a high character guy who knows what he needs to do on the field. He's also very tough playing half a year with a broken hand.
5) OLB/S Nic Harris 6-2, 234, 4.85 - He's compact but thick but he does have strength issues with little room for growth. Plays with good effort and is tough. Lacks top end speed, but is a good tackler and has good recognition. Likely projects as a possible outside linebacker but he can play safety which is his natural position. Another high character guy a good student of the game. Has a good work ethic and plays the game well.
6) CB Cary Harris USC 5-11, 187, 4.61 - A good cover corner who lacks top end speed and doesn't close very well. He has good instincts and his tough while being a good open field tackler. He plays some free safety but the Bills like him in his natural position of cornerback. May have some durability issues.
7) CB Ellis Lankster West Virginia 5-9, 191, 4.42 - It sounds like a broken record in this draft but this pick is also a good tackler and an aggressive player who is good in run support. Can return kicks and punts. He's another tweener without proper size and strength to off blocks. He doesn't have good closing speed and can be beat by the double move.