With their top pick of the second day of the 2002 NFL Draft the Bills selected TE Tim Euhus of Oregon State. The former Beaver product is a solid pass catcher who knows how to find the open spots in the zone. Though he doesn't have game breaking speed and nor is known as much of a blocker. To read more on him visit his Scouting Report page (sub req'd).
With their first of two seventh round selections the Bills choose to add an offensive lineman out of small school Monanta. His name is Dylan McFarland. While he played OT in college he might be better suited at guard in the NFL due to his small size of 6-6 300. To learn more about him click here to read his Scouting Report (sub req'd).
The Bills ended their draft the same way theys tarted it by selected a WR. The last name choosen by the Bills was Jonathan Smith out of Georgia Tech. At 5'10 Smith is hardly what be deemed a big receiver in the NFL but might some day develop into a possesion receiver. If he's going to make the Bills he will likely be a return man, specificlally on punts as he lead his conference in average per with an impressive total of 11.2 per return. To learn more on Smith take a look at his TFY Scouting Report (sub req'd).
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