Bills GM Doug Whaley in a radio interview recently was asked to assess the 2016 NFL draft class. Whaley believes there will be a lot of options, just not too many at the top of the draft.
Whaley appeared on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 last week and believes most of the value for quarterbacks will be in the middle rounds.
“Right now I would say that just with the seniors it’s not particularly top heavy, but it is deep,” said Whaley. “There are a lot of quarterbacks that you could get in rounds two through six that have a chance to grow and progress into a solid number two and possibly a number one with some time and seasoning.”
The top quarterback prospects according to many of the draftniks are Cal’s Jared Goff, Memphis’ Paxton Lynch and Michigan State’s Connor Cook.
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