ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills’ deepest position entering this draft was cornerback. Even so, the team added to its stock of talent at the position by selecting USC's Kevon Seymour with its final pick of the draft, No. 218 overall.
My take: Seymour ran a 4.39-second 40-yard dash at the combine, which was tied with Bills sixth-round pick Kolby Listenbee for eighth best among all 2016 combine participants. Seymour will be added to a mix at cornerback alongside veterans Mario Butler, Sterling Moore, Corey White and Javier Arenas. His best shot to make the 53-man roster will be as a fourth or fifth cornerback who carves out a role on special teams.