2010 NFL Draft Grades: Bills Will Get Immediate Impact From C.J. Spiller

Like many others, SB Nation's Buffalo Rumblings isn't a fan of assigning letter grades to a draft 48 hours after it's over. So they've taken a different approach in evaluating their class:

Rather than make bold predictions about the team's future prospects and the possible career outcomes of these athletes, we'll scale it back a bit and grade each new Bill based purely on the type of utility that the team will get out of them as a rookie.

In other words, rookie impact.

The Bills have the player who could make the most impact of all rookies in this class -- RB C.J. Spiller.

Chan Gailey will need to be creative in the way he uses Spiller, not only to mask the rookie's deficiencies (running between the tackles, pass protection), but to maximize his ability to make game-breaking plays. He'll run, catch, return kicks and punts, and you may even see him operate the Wildcat a time or two.

Spiller received an A. As a whole, Buffalo Rumblings gave the Bills a C+ in terms of rookie impact.

Here are all of the Bills draft picks:

RB C.J. Spiller

NT Torell Troup

DE Alex Carrington

WR Marcus Easley

OT Ed Wang

ILB Arthur Moats

OLB Danny Batten

QB Levi Brown

OG Kyle Calloway

Check out the excellent write-ups and individual grades of each player in the Bills draft class over at Buffalo Rumblings.

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