The attention will be heaped upon EJ Manuel and the rest of the "skill position" talents the Bills added via the draft but it could be a playmaker on the other side of the ball who makes the greatest immediate impact.
Da'Rick Rogers is a first-round talent. He went undrafted because the risk runs deep given his past transgressions, including multiple failed drug tests at Tennessee and an arrest following a bar brawl in Knoxville. Rogers landed with the Bills, a team with a history of getting the most of late-draft finds.
Potential first-round picks Jonathan Cooper and Sylvester Williams were the main draws but running back Giovani Bernard, offensive tackle Brennan Williams and little-known wideout Jheranie Boyd also turned heads.