2015 Buffalo Bills Mock Draft 7 Rounds

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2nd Round

Nov 29, 2014; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers offensive lineman Rob Havenstein (78) carries the Paul Bunyan Axe following during the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin won 34-24. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills ran down the clock on their second round pick almost until the clock had almost run out until the Bills representative received a call from the delegate from the Bills most hated rival and a deal was struck between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots. The Buffalo Bills received 64th overall pick, 96th overall pick, and the 131st pick, and the Patriots get the 50th overall pick. With the 64th overall pick the Buffalo Bills select Rob Havenstein Offensive Tackle Wisconsin. Haventein is a beast of a tackle who will come in and compete for the starting Right Tackle position. When Rex Ryan said he was going to build a Bully Havenstein is the kind of player he had in mind. Havenstein like many other Wisconsin tackles before him is animal in run blocking and a very decent pass blocker. Haventstein is a bruiser who will run over any defender in his way and is good at getting to the second level to block linebackers and secondary players in the tackle box. Rex Ryan will love to get his hands on the former Wisconsin Badger and add him to the knockout artist the Buffalo Bills are building.