2013 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills and the 4th round

Jan 26, 2013; Mobile, AL, USA; Senior Bowl north squad defensive back Duke Williams of Nevada (4) prior to kickoff of a game against the Senior Bowl south squad at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo has been beefing up their offense with only drafting 1 defensive player out of their first 4 picks.

To help on the defensive side, with the 104th pick, the Buffalo Bills draft a safety out of Nevada, Duke Williams.

Williams is a 5’11″ 203 safety that ran a 4.52 40 yard dash.

Williams has had some off the field issues, but is extremely gifted and is able to close on the ball.  Also what seems to be a normal trend for the Buffalo Bills is that they look for players that can double in the special teams area and Williams is not different in this case.

He can be almost compared to a Donte Whitner with his playing style and intensity to be able to knock your head off physical type of play.

Again, there is really nothing bad that I can say about this pick.  With Aaron Williams moving to safety and having Jarius Byrd back there already, the depth pick at 104 is a good one for the Bills and they continue to impress and keep a strong draft going.

I give this pick a B+.

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