First 2015 7 round Buffalo Bills Mock Draft

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Andy Gallick C Boston College 6’2 299

Sep 20, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston College center Andy Gallik (59) during their game against Maine at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Andy Gallick is part of the nasty Boston College team that has had two years of runner who have a huge amount  of success. Gallick is a quick center who regularly pulls and gets to the second level of defenses exceptionally well. Also when playing against a very strong defensive line when Boston College played University of Southern California Gallick had one of his best games. Gallick needs to work on his strength at the point of attack but his athleticism supplements his pure power. Entered in to the Buffalo Bills line he would take over for Wood at center and have Wood move to guard where he had some success under Chan Gailey. Gallick would easily help in the pass game where he does an exceptional job of keeping defenders in front of him and countering the attacks the defenders make. Another possibility for Gallick would be to have him make the move to guard and allow him to use his speed and athleticism to get to the second level and perimeter to set up blocks on outside yards. Gallick would be a great addition to the Buffalo Bills stuttering Offensive line and would be a welcomed replacement of the departing Erik Pears.