Below is the sixth edition of Mock Draft Watch – a rundown of the latest mock drafts compiled by Buffalobills.com via local and national NFL reporters …
Tuesday, March 20 – Dan Bilicki, Toronto Sun
#10 CB Dre Kirkpartick, Alabama
Bilicki’s take: Defensive secondary was repeatedly shown up late in the season.
Tuesday, March 20 – Joe Buscaglia, WGR 550
#10 WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
Buscaglia’s take: - This was a tough call for me. It came down to picking between Michael Floyd and Stanford's Jonathan Martin. On one hand, I know the Bills' need for a starting left tackle is great. They constantly say
#41 DE Vinny Curry, Marshall
This pick remains the same. Despite roping in the biggest fish in free agency in their franchise's history, defensive end remains a need.
Wednesday, March 21 – Wes Bunting, National Football Post
#10 T Riley Reiff, Iowa
Bunting’s take: Reiff is an athletic tackle with good range off the edge, natural change of direction skills and has the ability to sit into his stance on contact. He needs to get stronger and fill out a bit more. However, this former tight end recruit has the type of athleticism and demeanor to mature into the kind of blind side protector the Bills are looking for.
Wednesday, March 21 – Charley Casserly, NFL.com
#10 DE Quinton Coples, North Carolina
Casserly’s take: Coples could be an imposing bookend to newly signed Mario Williams.
Friday, March 23 – Clifton Brown, Sporting News
#10 LB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama
Friday, March 23 – Don Banks, SI.com
#10 OT Riley Reiff, Iowa
Banks’ take: It's amazing how much good $140 million or so can do at the defensive end position. But with Mario Williams and