The Buffalo Bills made an interesting draft choice in the first round when they selected Florida State quarterback EJ Manuel, but the team is beginning to build an arsenal of weapons around him in what could be a very exciting offense.
After taking Robert Woods to go along with CJ Spiller and TJ Graham, the Bills added Olympic medalist Marquise Goodwin in round three.
Goodwin is one of the fastest players and biggest playmakers in this year’s draft class. With his world class speed and vision, the Bills have a serious weapon that opposing defenses will have a nightmare matching up with.
Of course, this all relies on the Bills utilizing Goodwin much better than Mack Brown did at Texas.
Here is how the third-round currently looks:
1 (63) Kansas City Chiefs — Travis Kelce, tight end, Cincinnati
2 (64) Jacksonville Jaguars — Dwayne Gratz, cornerback, Connecticut
3 (65) Detroit Lions — Larry Warford, guard, Kentucky
4 (66) Oakland Raiders — Sio Moore, linebacker, Connecticut
5 (67) Philadelphia Eagles — Bennie Logan, defensive tackle, LSU
6 (68) Cleveland Browns — Leon McFadden, cornerback, San Diego State
7 (69) Arizona Cardinals — Tyrann Mathieu, cornerback, LSU
8 (70) Tennessee Titans — Blidi Wreh-Wilson, cornerback, Connecticut
9 (71) St. Louis Rams (from Bills) — TJ McDonald, safety, USC
10 (72) New York Jets — Brian Winters, guard, Kent State
11 (73) Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Mike Glennon, quarterback, North Carolina State
12 (74) Dallas Cowboys (from Panthers via 49ers) — Terrance Williams, wide receiver, Baylor
13 (75) New Orleans Saints — Terron Armstead, offensive tackle, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
14 (76) San Diego Chargers — Keenan Allen, wide receiver, Cal
15 (77) Miami Dolphins — Dallas Thomas, offensive tackle, Tennessee
16 (78) Buffalo Bills (from Rams) — Marquise Goodwin, wide receiver, Texas