1) WR Lee Evans 5-10 7/8, 197, 4.38 - Evans is a top flight speed receiver in the Peerless Price mold. Evans has the speed to stretch defenses, something that was missing on last year's team. Evans did have a serious torn ligaments in his knee in 2002 but came back last year and played well. His downfall is his height, he is on the short side but has great, strong hands and is an above average blocker. Is a good route runner who knows how to shake tackles as well. Will be the number four man right away and could be the third receiver by opening day.. He will play in numerous four receiver set at the very least.
1) QB J.P. Losman 6-2 1/4, 224, 4.68 - The Bills paid a high price to get Losman. He is the QB they feel will be the future of the franchise. He has excellent arm strength and puts great velocity on the football. He has some speed and mobility but hasn't played well in inclement weather this point in his career. He has been known to take sacks in his career but does know how to elude a pass rush. His vision and awareness his solid.
3) DT Tim Anderson 6-3 1/8, 307, 5.01 - Anderson is a tough, competitive football player with a great work ethic. He is considered underrated by some and is a solid tackler who can rush the passer. Needs to tone up his physical appearance some but has excellent instincts. He will be depth this year and insurance if the team loses Pat Williams in free agency next year.
4) TE Tim Euhus Oregon State 6-4, 247, 4.73 - A pass-catching tight end considered a good all-around athlete. Also lettered in basketball at Oregon State. A team leader who runs hard, he can add aditional weight without a loss of speed. Has good relationship with the quarterback and knows when to come back to help a passer on the run. Could add more bulk and strength to help improve blocking.
7) OT Dylan McFarland Montana 6-5 7/8, 304, 5.26 - McFarland has tremendous size and potential. He needs to add bulk but is a flexible player who can play anywhere on the line. He comes from a division 1AA program and will need time to adjust to the pro game. He will be a project for Jim McNally to groom. Won't be asked to do much this year, maybe headed to the practice squad, or used as lower level depth on the line.
7) WR Jonathan Smith Georgia Tech 5-10, 189, 4.62 - Smith is a small receiver who may project as more of a return man for the Bills than a wide receiver. He has good change of direction ability that led to a a nearly 12 yard average on punt returns. He was a running back in 2002 before converting to wide receiver. He has good physical presence despite lack of size and good speed and upfield thrust. Best chance of making the team is as a returner.