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Bills Daily 2001 Mock Draft

Here's when the Bills will pick in the NFL Draft on Saturday and Sunday April 15th and 16th in New York. We also put what position we think the Bills will go for with each pick. If you want to do more research check our draft links below.

The Bills are scheduled to pick 14th in the first round of the NFL Draft that will take place this weekend in New York City. Tom Donahoe has made it clear the Bills will not be trading up, but may choose to trade down. The Bills were given four compensatory picks, giving them 10 picks for the entire draft but they are coveting more since they have many holes in their depth chart to fill. Bills Daily reporter Bob Wensley lets us know who he thinks the Bills may pick in each round if they stay pat with their picks. Please e-mail us with your comments on our projections.
1-14 (#14 overall)   DT Marcus Stroud - Georgia The Bills are desperate for defensive lineman and Stroud could step in and start.
2-15 (#46 overall)    DB Willie Middlebrooks - Minnesota The Bills need defensive backs for depth in running a 46 defense and Williams covets big corners like Middlebrooks. He can step in as the nickel back.
3-14 (#76 overall)    OT Elliot Silvers - Washington This may be the perfect time to go for a lineman. Silvers may challenge Hicks for the starting right tackle job.
3-33* (#95 overall)    FB Moran Norris-Kansas The Bills will draft a fullback for the West Coast Offense and Norris may be the guy in the spot.
4-No Pick    -- This pick goes to Denver for Chris Watson.
5-13 (#144 overall)    WR David Martin-Tennesse The club needs someone who can challenge as a fourth wideout and depth is possible at this spot.
6-15 (#178 overall)    C Jeff McCurley-Pittsburgh The Bills need a Center to challenge Conaty and will draft one now that Ostroski is moved to Guard.
6-32* (#195 overall)    QB Sage Rosfels-Iowa State Bills may draft a quarterback earlier or wait and get one through street free agency. This may be a good time for one and Rosfels should be available.
6-33* (#196 overall)    DE Dwayne Missouri-Nortwestern Need a pass rusher and depth at this spot.
7-14 (#214 overall)    DT Kris Kocurek-Texas Tech A run stuffer that will add needed depth at defensive tackle.
7-38* (#238 overall)   S Ifeanyi Ohalte-USC A pure safety is possible with the final pick. He can backup Jones at strong safety and be the eight man in the box in the 46 defense.

* - Compensatory Picks
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