Among the defensive ends still available, Boise State’s Curtis Weaver is one of the best on the board. He basically lived behind the line of scrimmage with 34 total sacks over the past three years and 47.5 tackles for a loss.
The Buffalo Bills are likely going to be in the market for a defensive end and adding one through the NFL Draft makes more sense. This is an older position group that can use some youth to support Jerry Hughes, Trent Murphy and Mario Addison. The Buffalo Bills front office should hope to add a player that can eventually take over the starting job for one of these veterans in future seasons.
Weaver has the physical tools to be able to fill this role but needs to improve a bit on setting the edge against the run. If the Bills can develop this skill set, Weaver could be a steal in the second round.