The Bills have the 41st pick, and here's how it looks for that pick entering the second round.
There still are three highly rated offensive tackles available -- Indiana's Rodger Saffold, Southern Cal's Charles Brown and Maryland's Bruce Campbell. Cambell is a one-year wonder, who didn't even make all-conference this year and didn't even get a single vote for all conference. But he worked out like a champion in the post-season. He doesn't seem like a Buddy Nix kind of pick. Two teams in the first eight of the second round have a glaring OT need - Kansas City at 36 and Oakland at 39. Campbell seems like a perfect fit for Oakland.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen still is on the board. Three teams ahead of the Bills look like Clausen possibilities - Minnesota at 34, Cleveland at 38 and Oakland at 39. The guess here is if the Bills want Clausen, the will need to move way up to get him.
There's a great chance a big nose tackle is available. Three big ones left are Alabama's Terrence Cody, East Carolina's Linval Joseph and North Carolina's Cam Thomas. One team ahead of the Bills has a glaring nose tackle need - Miami at 40. But the Dolphins also have needs at pass rusher and safety.
The top players on the board also include: Texas OLB Sergio Kindle, USC safety Taylor Mays, Arizona TE Rob Gronkowski and UCLA DT Brian Price.
Who should the Bills take?