2014 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills 7-Round Mock, Final Edition

2014 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills' Seven-Round Mock, Final Edition

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The Buffalo Bills are one of the NFL's best up-and-coming teams. Filled with young talent, the Bills appear to be set up to enjoy success over the long-term, that is, if the team can do well in the 2014 NFL Draft. With that said, ladies and gentlemen, here is the final Buffalo Bills' seven-round mock draft for 2014.

Round 1- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina

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Round 1- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina

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Scott Chandler has been extremely average over his time with this Bills, and it’s time that the team finds an upgrade at the position. Eric Ebron has been touted by some as the next Jimmy Graham, and for good reason. Ebron has the receiving ability to become a force in today’s NFL.

Round 2- Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville

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Round 2- Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville

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The Bills need another pass-rusher opposite Mario Williams, and in Marcus Smith, the team would be getting just that. Smith doesn’t possess elite athletic ability, but his size and motor make him a good fit for Buffalo’s defense.

Round 3- Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee

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Round 3- Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee

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Cordy Glenn has the left tackle position locked down, but the right side of the line is a different story as Erik Pears was a liability in 2013. It’s time the Bills draft his replacement, and Antonio Richardson is a fantastic candidate. He has the potential to become an upper-echelon starter at both tackle spots.

Round 4- Marqueston Huff, FS, Wyoming

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Round 4- Marqueston Huff, FS, Wyoming

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Losing Jairus Byrd in free agency really opened up a hole in Buffalo’s secondary, and it’s a hole that the team must fill through this year’s draft. Marqueston Huff is raw, however, his ability in coverage and his potential to improve will allow Huff to succeed at the next level.

Round 5- Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

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Round 5- Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

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Despite trading for former-Buccaneers receiver Mike Williams this offseason, the Bills still need to add some size to their receiving corps. Brandon Coleman is a big, 6-foot-6 target with solid hands and an exceptional amount of raw talent, and he could be a great weapon in the Bills’ offense.

Round 6- Brandon Thomas, OG, Clemson

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Round 6- Brandon Thomas, OG, Clemson

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Before an ACL-tear this offseason, Brandon Thomas was expected to go somewhere in the second round of the draft. But his fall could be Buffalo’s gain as when healthy, Thomas is a starting-caliber player. After a season of recovery, Thomas could prove to be quite the addition for the Bills.


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