As reports pour in from the slew of rookie mini-camps that occurred over the weekend, you'll get reports of some rookies who looked out of shape and weren't quite ready for their first NFL practices, but you'll also hear some reports of players who looked particularly good and stood out.
Cornerback Stephon Gilmore looked the part of a first-round draft pick during the Buffalo Bills' three-day rookie minicamp.
The South Carolina product had three interceptions over the course of four practices, earning the praise of coach Chan Gailey.
Gilmore was a late riser on NFL draft boards, according to draft experts, but teams loved his play making ability and size. He showcased that ability in the first set of mini-camp practices for the Bills.
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