With the 69th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected T.J. Graham, wide receiver from North Carolina State. The Bills had selected Stephon Gilmore, a cornerback, in the first round and Cordy Glenn, an offensive lineman, in the second.
Graham was solid, if unspectacular, for North Carolina State, catching 46 passes for 757 yards and seven touchdowns. Those marks were career highs, and he hadn't done much before his senior season -- 25 catches for 316 yards and four touchdowns his Jr. year; 12 catches for 129 yards his sophomore year; And 16 catches for 251 yards in his freshman year.
At 6-foot-0 and 180 pounds, Gilmore has so-so size, as well. It's an interesting pick, to be sure, but in the third round it probably doesn't matter too much.