In ESPN draft forecaster Todd McShay's updated mock draft Thursday, one of the most prominent adjustments was Texas A&M outside linebacker Von Miller. McShay has Miller slotted to the Buffalo Bills with the third overall pick.
McShay considers Miller among the biggest winners at the Senior Bowl.
"Just seeing his freakish athleticism, plus you know he can get after the quarterback and ultimately the versatility," McShay said of why he moved Miller up eight spots since his previous mock draft. "He can play outside linebacker in a 3-4 or a 4-3 scheme.
"If it's not Buffalo at No. 3 -- I know they have other needs, so Miller may be a little bit of a reach or go out of that need category, if you will -- then it could be Arizona at No. 5. There are plenty of teams that need a playmaker and pass-rusher like Miller in the top 10. I don't see him falling out of that top 10."
The Bills crave pass-rushers. They recorded 27 sacks last season. Only three teams had fewer. The Bills were particularly weak at outside linebacker, which is why they plucked reclamation project Shawne Merriman off waivers and then re-signed him despite yet another troubling injury.
The Bills also seemingly gave up on disappointing outside linebacker Aaron Maybin, the 11th overall draft choice in 2009.
In the video, McShay also gives his take on the quarterback class and the possible ramifications of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton's media workout Thursday in San Diego.