This Buffalo Bills 2014 NFL Mock Draft consists of good balance, but many notable pass-catching options. Read more below.
#9 – Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina Ebron is a special player that will light up the highlight reel for years to come in the NFL. His production at North Carolina was tremendous, and I expect him to play a big part in whatever NFL offense he plays in. The Bills could use Ebron as a much-needed pass-catching option.
#41 – Gabe Jackson, G, Mississippi State
Many believe Jackson will be available a bit later in the draft, but I don’t think the Bills can afford to lose a talent like Jackson. I believe that he’ll shine as one of the best lineman to come out of this draft. Not to mention, interior line help is a huge need in Buffalo.
#73 Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
The Bills can solidify one of the best front-seven’s in the game with this selection. The Bills are fairly strong up front, but an addition like Jeffcoat would sure up the depth chart and give Buffalo another very solid pass-rushing option.
#109 – Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota
Many will think the Bills reached with the previous two picks, so here’s a pick that works out well for the team. Vereen might fall into the fourth, and if he’s there when Buffalo picks, I expect them to grab him. While he might not fit a need in the pass-defense game, he’ll add much needed depth to the roster.
#149 – Josh Huff, WR, Oregon
There’s no hiding that the Bills need an upgrade at the receiver spot, but due to the depth in this class, they can wait to grab a guy like Huff here. While he isn’t an elite receiver prospect, he has room to improve with NFL coaching. He has the ability to run good routes, but he’ll need a little help with his hands to become an elite threat for E.J Manuel.
#224 – Chandler Jones, WR, San Jose State
Jones is a guy that will be slept on but shouldn’t be. He has the potential to make a 53-man roster, and the Bills could use another option in case of injury. This pick could turn out to be a steal.
What do you think, fans? Would you be happy with this draft?