Our pick by pick draft capsules will give you the vital combine numbers along with a short synopsis of each draft pick's strengths and short comings. We will post each player's capsule shortly after they are picked!
1) DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson 6-2 5/8, 269, 4.8 - Good frame, versatile player who can play inside or outside. Strong character and high energy player. Has good moves to the quarterback mixing power and speed. Has good first step but doesn't have great speed like the premier pass rushers. Could quickly develop as an edge rusher opposite Jerry Hughes. Solid against the run as well. Has the versatility that Rex Ryan loves for his scheme.
2) ILB Reggie Ragland, Alabama 6-1, 247, 4.62 - Good blend of size, instincts, and is a reliable tackler. Some called him the best run stopper in the draft. Versatile player who can play the Wil or the Mike as well as play with his hand on the ground if he has too. Physical player who can over pursue at times. Can rush the passer but coverage isn't his strong suit. Good first step allows him to be a good blitzer.
3) DT Adolphus Washington, Ohio St. 6-3, 301, 5.17 - Doug Whaley considered him the best pass rushing interior linemen in the draft. Has quick burst and quickness to get to the passer. Big, limber frame that makes stops at the line. Strong hands and long arms allows him to tie up blockers. Still needs to do better on recognition and with his instincts. Moves well for a player his size.
4) QB Cardale Jones, Ohio St. 6-5, 253, 4.8 - Tremendous physical player with size and great arm strength. Had and lost starting job in college but helped lead Ohio State to a National Championship. A mobile quarterback who can make things happen with his feet when needed. Decision making and anticipation have been issues for Jones, often waiting for receivers to come open rather than leading them with the throw. A long term project for the Bills, he may not even serve as the 2nd string quarterback in 2016.
5) RB Jonathan Williams, Arkansas 5-11, 220, 4.63 - Jonathan Williams is considered a well-rounded running back who the Bills feel can be a three down back. He has the strength to break arm tackles and the ability to catch passes. He has shifty feel and can run between the tackles. Lacks the second level speed to make him a burner and can run too upright at times. Foot injury that sidelined him for last season negatively impacted draft stock but the Bills may have gotten a bargain if he recovers to his earlier form.
6) WR Kolby Listenbee, TCU 6-0, 197, 4.34 - Burner receiver with great acceleration and straight line speed. Has decent hands. Route tree at TCU was limited and will need to grow at the next level. Has been known to catch the ball with his body rather than his hands. Wiry frame limits his size and may be subject to durability concerns. Two-time All-American track athlete.
6) CB Kevon Seymour, USC 5-11, 186, 4.37 - Incredibly fast cornerback with three years experience as a started in both man and zone schemes and has also been on special teams coverage units. Needs to work on fundamentals and durability may be a concern.