I get it.
You're tired of mock drafts.
I hear you.
The buildup to the NFL Draft can be exhausting. By the time it arrives at 8 p.m. Thursday, most people have likely had all the talk of hand size, wing span and catch radius that they can handle.
So, instead of subjecting you to one final mock draft – cheap plug: that's in Thursday's print and web editions of The Buffalo News – here is a look at just eight draft picks – all of which belong to the Buffalo Bills.
Round 1 - Pick 19, Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson: I'm sticking with my final projection. Lawson seems like a perfect fit. The big question is, will he be there?
Round 2 - Pick 49, Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State: Bills Director of Player Personnel Jim Monos said Miller is ready to play as a rookie, and the versatility he could provide as receiver, runner and potentially even as a passer has to be intriguing to offensive coordinator Greg Roman.
Round 3 - Pick 80, Jaylon Smith, OLB, Notre Dame: This is largely dependent on the report given to General Manager Doug Whaley from the team's medical staff. If it's favorable – as in, Smith is projected to make a full recovery – the chance to get him in the third round shouldn't be passed up. No, he won't help as a rookie, but the potential payoff is huge.
Round 4 - Pick 117, Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama: He's got experience in man coverage, which should translate to Rex Ryan's scheme, but special teams plays a big part in this pick. Jones had four touchdowns on punt returns last season, and the Bills have a big hole to fill there.
Round 4 - Pick 139 (comp. pick), Antonio Morrison, ILB, Florida: If you can get past the ridiculousness that is an arrest for barking at a police dog, Morrison has the competitive makeup that coach Rex Ryan would love. A knee injury limited him in 2015, but if he makes a full recovery, he could eventually challenge for a starting job at inside linebacker.
Round 5 - Pick 156, Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford: Consider this a vote of confidence for Tyrod Taylor. Hogan is smart and comes from an offense that shares similarities to the one the Bills run, but the chances of striking gold on a quarterback this late in the draft are remote. If Hogan developed into a reliable backup, this would be a successful pick.
Round 6 - Pick 192, Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia: A knee injury suffered five games into his sophomore season basically ruined Marshall's college career with the Bulldogs, but before he got hurt he was a blue-chip recruit who had a dynamite freshman season (117 carries, 759 yards, eight touchdowns). It's worth a draft pick to see if he can ever get back to that form.
Round 6 - Pick 218 (comp. pick), Ka'imi Fairbairn, K, UCLA: The Bills can save both salary-cap space and a roster spot by moving on from Dan Carpenter as kicker, because they also wouldn't have a need for kickoff specialist Jordan Gay. Fairbairn has a big leg (made a 60-yard field goal this past season) and won the Lou Groza Award as the nation's best kicker after setting the all-time scoring record in the Pac-12.