2) WR Roscoe Parrish Miami 5-9 3/4, 168, 4.37 - Parrish has great quickness but lacks any size. He is 168 lbs. and will not get any bigger. He is very fast and could take over the punt return duties immediately. The Bills think his quickness will help them on third down plays. His quickness helps him make plays. His size can hinder his durability. He is a junior who could have used more seasoning in college. His hands can help him overcome his size concerns and make him a good number two receiver in the pros.
3) TE Kevin Everett Miami 6-4, 241, 4.79 - Everett is a passing tight end who gives the Bills insurance if Mark Campbell and Tim Euhus don't recover from knee injuries. Everett has a big frame and has good lateral motion. He is a solid receiving tight end who needs to work on his blocking technique. Will need to add bulk to be a solid blocker in this league. Better to be used in underneath passing routes.
4) C Raymond Preston Illinois 6-5, 311, 5.50 - The Bills stayed with going for players with a competitive attitude with this selection. Preston has a lot of bulk but needs to add more muscle. He is an aggressive blocker who gets off the line quickly. He does lack agility and is a bit stiff. If he adds more strength he could be an NFL center.
5) CB Eric King Wake Forest 5-8, 189, 4.40 - King is a good athlete with good foot speed and playing speed. His drawbacks are his size and his technique needs work. Decent man to man corner but loses some coverage ability because of his footwork. He has been a longtime starter in college and will be developed for the possible loss of Nate Clements to free agency next offseason.
6) OG Justin Geisinger Vanderbilt 6-3, 322, 5.43 - Geisinger played more tackle than guard in college but probably projects inside in the pros. He was a standout on a poor team. Is very consistent and durable with a thick frame. Needs to work on his slow footwork. Great drive blocker who also maintains is balance in pass protection. Will add depth to the line with his flexibility to play both positions.
7) RB Lionel Gates Louisville 6-0, 223, 4.55 - Shared time most of his college career, was never the full time starter. Showed good skills and is physically tough although he avoids contact instead of barreling over defenders. Lacks deep speed and a one speed runner who can be caught from behind. Holds on to the football and is an effective blocker. Probably will find it difficult to make the team unless Travis Henry is traded. Good receiver out of the backfield.