2 (55) Roscoe Parrish; WR - Miami (Fl)
3 (86) Kevin Everett; TE - Miami (Fl)
4 (122) Raymond Preston; C - Illinois
5 (156) Eric King; CB - Wake Forest
6 (197) Justin Geisinger; OG - Vanderbilt
7 (236) Lionel Gates; RB - Louisville
Analysis: The Bills have other areas which appear to be much more pressing, so the selection of Parrish is questionable. The depth at receiver in Buffalo is fairly solid and, with quality offensive and defensive linemen on the draft board, selecting Parrish, despite his upside, is puzzling.
Everett is a big target at the tight-end position and has the talent to be a player at the professional level. The Bills have a complementary group of players at the tight-end position, none have the physical ability, speed, and quickness Everett possesses, making him a potential option in the passing game with the Bills that could be explosive.
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