With the 34th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills picked Aaron Williams, a defensive back from Texas. Williams is a big body at cornerback, listed at 204 pounds, and may end up at safety in the NFL. He can play in the box, use his size to press off the line of scrimmage and is one of the more versatile backs in the draft.
Williams joins first round pick Marcell Dareus in Buffalo. The Bills chose to go defensive in the draft, picking a defensive tackle, and a good one at that, in the first round and Williams, a defensive back in the second.
For more on the pick and Williams' new home, head over to SB Nation's Buffalo Rumblings.
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