Only one more week until the non-playoff team’s are set in there drafting positions! The Bills moved up this week due to their loss, meaning the team would be selecting with the sixth overall pick if the season ended today. In last week’s Fansided Mock Draft the Bills took Demontre Moore, defensive end out of Texas A&M. This week they turned to the other side of the ball for their pick.
With the sixth selection in the Fansided Mock Draft the Bills selected Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson. Wilson, a two year starter with the Razorbacks, had a decent year despite the poor play of his team. He threw for 3,387 yards with 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. His best season came his junior year when he through for 3,638 yards.
Wilson is big, standing at 6’3” and 220 lbs. He’s a player that stays in the pocket for the most part and does have the arm to play in the NFL. Some say that he is one of the most NFL ready quarterbacks coming out this season.
Of all the picks that the Bills have made in the Fansided Mock Drafts Wilson would definitely be the biggest splash. Far from the most certain of the picks, the Razorback would be a highly controversial selection. Being a quarterback would make it an enormous occurence as well. The real question is, is Tyler Wilson the answer? Could he be the quarterback of the future? If the Bills don’t believe he is the player that can lead them to victory, its not worth using such a high pick.
The Kansas City Chiefs once again took West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the first overall pick. Star Lotulelei, defensive tackle out of Utah, went second to Jacksonville while Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones went third overall to the Oakland Raiders. Manti T’eo, who also has been linked to Buffalo, was taken a pick ahead of Buffalo by the Detroit Lions. Moore, who the Bills selected last week, was taken right after their pick by the Browns.