The 6'6", 348-pound tackle was seen as one of the top offensive lineman heading into this year's draft. The Bills had even thought of taking him with the 10th pick in the first round. He'll look to immediately compete for a starting job on Buffalo's beleaguered offensive line.
The Buffalo Bills then traded up in the third round to the 69th overall pick to grab wide receiver T.J. Graham from North Carolina State. They moved up two spots with the Washington Redskins and gave up one of their two seventh round picks (217th overall) to get their speed receiver.
The Bills had three glaring needs heading into the draft and they have now addressed all three with their first three picks.