With 100 extra underclassmen in this year’s player pool there is a prevailing thought outside NFL front offices that picks for each of the 32 NFL teams carries added value. While there’s no question that the largest additional pool of talent in the draft’s history has helped in making the 2014 class deeper, the enhanced value of draft choices this year might not be as dramatic as some might believe.
Bills GM Doug Whaley, in a one-on-one interview during the Buffalo Bills Draft Special presented by New Era, set to air tonight at 7 pm on WKBW-TV Channel 7 in Buffalo, admits the value of everyone’s draft choices is enhanced to some degree, but doesn’t believe the value of a fourth-round pick would be more like a third-round pick in other years.
“You may not get a third round talent in the fourth round, but you can get a fourth round talent throughout the whole fourth round, or a third round talent throughout the whole third round,” Whaley said. “So it’s deep, but I believe you’ll get a lot of value wherever you pick in this draft.”
See the full interview with Whaley, relive EJ Manuel’s 2013 draft experience with Buffalo’s starting QB and watch film of prospects with Bills Director of Player Personnel Jim Monos. It’s all tonight in a one hour special on WKBW-TV Channel 7 at 7 pm.
Tags: 2014 NFL draft, Bills Television Network, Doug Whaley, New Era
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