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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Buffalo Bills- 2010 Draft Review

Mediocre draft, but it could have been worse. Torell Troup was an awful pick, I never even saw the guy play. I never saw Carrington, but he wasn't a bad pick. I never saw him because he plays at Arkansas State. It's a small school, after all. Every other pick wasn't too bad. Arthur Moats was pretty interesting, as he provides an ideal fit for the 3-4 outside linebacker position.

C.J. Spiller
Spiller was an excellent pick IF the Bills plan on getting rid of Marshawn Lynch or starting Spiller. If the Bills plan on using a two headed monster at running back, then they made a bad pick here. A two headed monster at running back won't do any good if there is no people to block for them. If they are going to use a two starting running backs, then they should have drafted Anthony Davis or Bryan Bulaga here. But I think this is a good pick though. Spiller is a shifty explosive gamebreaker who can score any time he touches the football. A fine pick here.

Marcus Easley
A pretty good pick here. Easley has more physical tools than any former walk on in the draft, with a nice blend of a 4.39 40 yard dash and his 6'3 stature. From what I have seen, Easley puts a fairly high amount of effort out onto the field from what I have seen, but he is still statistically an underachiever. Why? He was a former walk on, and he once said that he wasn't sure if the coach knew his name through Sophomore year. It sounds like he received such little attention from the coaching staff that he is simply a very raw prospect. But he works hard, and he has excellent physical tools. Good value at pick 107.

Ed Wang
Virginia Tech
The first Chinese player ever drafted, Wang provides an above average set of physical tools for a player drafted this late in the draft, but he doesn't play with a lot of toughness or intensity. But he has long arms, good athleticism, and solid strength. A fine pick here.

Kyle Calloway
Calloway plays hard, he is a good run blocker, but he brings no physical tools to the table. Calloway does not have the physical tools to be a tackle and in the NFL, and if he wants to play at all, he will have to switch to guard. A fine pick.

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