Here is a compilation of later round players certain "experts" have the Buffalo Bills potentially drafting.
2nd Round (41)
Alshon Jeffrey, WR Gamecocks
If he's there it would be tough to pass on Alshon. His idiocy in getting booted from NC State's bowl game is disconcerting but screw it, dude can play.
Brock Osweiler, QB, Az St.
Dude is green and may not be there when the Bills roll through at pick 71 but we can hope. It is either this or Nick Foles in the fifth round bitches.
Ty Hilton, WR, Florida International
That's right, Cowher'd boy. He doesn't have the size (5'10 183) and he didn't play "D1" but just look at what he did against a BCS school in Louisville in 2011 (7 catches 201 yards 2 TDs) #damn.
2nd round (41)
Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida
As noted in my Buffalo Bills Offseason Needs page, Drayton Florence was awful in 2011, getting torched on a regular basis. Aaron Williams is expected to step into the starting lineup, but Buffalo will need to find depth at this position, especially with Terrence McGee turning 32 in October.
Round 3 (71)
Tank Carder, LB, TCU
The Bills need one more linebacker to join Nick Barnett and Kelvin Sheppard in their 4-3 scheme.
2nd round (41)
Jayron Hosley, CB, VA Tech
The ball-hawking cornerback that the Bills will hope teams with Aaron Williams for the foreseeable future. Despite being undersized, shows great poise in sticking with bigger receivers and is able to make a play on the ball. A trait that Leodis McKelvin lacks. Well-versed and coached in both zone and man schemes. Will struggle in run support but will make a quarterback pay for a poor throw.
Round 3 (71)
Brian Quick, WR, App St.
I could also see the Bills picking up a defensive end or linebacker here, but the upside on Quick is too good to pass up at this point. A tall and speedy receiver, Quick could be able to come in and make an impact for the Bills. He has the element the Bills receivers are missing. Fills a huge need as well. This is a deep receiver class.
Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi
Massive and athletic Massie is earning first-round grades from some teams and would help fill Buffalo's need for help up front.
Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
Crick is a big defensive end at 6'6" and weighs 285. Why Crick? He is another talented pass rusher that can provide some relief to spell Mario Williams and Mark Anderson. Chris Kelsay is going to turn 33-years old during the season, so Crick would be groomed to succeed him.
Stephon Gilmore, CB, Gamecocks
Gilmore is a taller corner, listed at 6'1" and weighs 193 pounds. He had a solid showing at the NFL Scouting Combines.
Their Worst Case Scenario @ 41 for the Bills
Brandon Weeden, QB, Ok St (29 years old)
Weeden would fit in well with the other Bills quarterbacks, in that Tyler Thigpen is also 27 years old now, is 6'1" and weighs 216 pounds, while Brad Smith is 6'2", 28 years old and weighs 212 pounds.