Mel Kiper just put out his fourth mock draft installment and it goes two rounds. In it he has Buffalo going offensive tackle followed by wide receiver in round two.
Kiper has Buffalo taking Iowa OT Riley Reiff in the first at 10 and then Appalachian St. WR Brian Quick in the second. Here’s what he wrote about both choices.
10 – Buffalo – Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
Buffalo has passed on offensive line options in recent years, but Reiff would be a good option to buck the trend. The Bills have made big strides on the defensive side of the ball this offseason, and that allows them to focus on shoring up the offense. Reiff will help protect, but is a complete player and will provide a spark in the running game as well.
41 – Buffalo – Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian St.
A favorite of mine, Quick has big-time size and can stretch the field. Buffalo lacks a true deep threat.
Quick ran a 4.55 40-time at the Combine, but is a huge target at 6’4″ 220 pounds. Some have him projected in the third round instead of the second like Kiper. Reiff remains a popular pick at 10 by prognosticators.
Tags: 2012 NFL draft, Brian Quick, Riley Reiff
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