is walked out on the team in Week 2 Youth Ryan Groy Jersey , and his replacement Phillip Gaines proved ineffective, the team was in bad straights. They were forced to turn to undrafted free agent Levi Wallace out of sheer desperation. But Wallace ended up playing very well in his first game against the New York Jets, and the rookie seemed to gain confidence every week. However, it would be unwise for general manager Brandon Beane to assume that Wallace is the answer at cornerback. At the very least, Bills brass should commit to finding themselves some additional competition at the position.Cornerback has been one of the few college positions that never seems to have a down year and always seems to result in players who produce early in their careers. The 2019 draft will likely be no different. Here are ten players I believe the Bills will be evaluating to provide additional depth. Tier IByron Murphy (Washington) Andraez “Greedy” Williams (LSU)Both players in this tier will be gone in the first 15 picks, possibly in the first ten, and will walk on as immediate starters. Murphy’s young, but he’s the best athlete at corner coming out this year. He’s twitchy at all levels of the field, and he has enough speed to recover when overpowered at the line. He also has the ball skills teams want, with four interceptions in 2018. If we learned anything from last year, it’s that teams want athletic corners at the top of the draft (Denzel Ward). With good size, length Youth Tre'Davious White Jersey , aggression and ball skills, Greedy has very few flaws. But there have been rumblings about how motivated his is to be a complete player.Tier IITrayvon Mullen (Clemson)Deandre Baker (Georgia)Julian Love (Notre Dame) Rock Ya-Sin (Temple)The team that drafts Mullen has to know they’re getting a man-coverage specialist, one who is fresh off shutting down Alabama’s dominant pair of receivers in the National Championship game. Georgia’s Baker is different. He’s battle tested, tough and isn’t afraid to mix it up in the run game. Unfortunately, he’s a bit small and isn’t fast enough or flexible enough for full-time man coverage. Love is at his best when he can play off-coverage and step in front of throws and smack receivers in the underneath passing game. Injuries will be a major concern, however. A personal favorite, Ya-Sin’s rise as a prospect has been meteoric. He beats up receivers all through their routes, and would look mighty fine in a Seattle-type Cover-3 system.Tier IIIAmani Oruwariye (Penn State)Michael Jackson Sr. (Miami-Florida)Kris Boyd (Texas)David Long (Michigan)The combine will be very important for Oruwariye, because his ability to stay with receivers if he doesn’t get his hands on them has been questioned. Even if he runs moderately well, his length and physicality will be very intriguing for teams. Another player whose long speed is questioned is Miami’s Jackson. He was well-regarded in 2017, but the wheels seemed to fall off this past year. Kris Boyd’s wheels fell off last month, at the Senior Bowl. His tendency to grab receivers at the top of their routes earned him multiple flags during the game. Still Youth Star Lotulelei Jersey , teams will like how he tackles. Long’s a similar player to his former teammate Jourdan Lewis: on the smaller side, not particularly quick and won’t ‘wow’ you in practice, but a baller whenever he steps on the field. Unless you’re just waking up from a Rip Van Winkle-esque snooze then you already know that the Buffalo Bills are not participating in this year’s Super Bowl. However, there are a handful of familiar names either playing or coaching in the big game with the New England Patriots or the Los Angeles Rams.New England PatriotsChris Hogan, WRHogan came to the Bills as a free agent after short practice-squad stints with three other teams. He made his first active roster in Buffalo and played in 48 games over four seasons. Hogan left for the Patriots after the Bills declined to match the three-year, $12 million offer they signed him to. Also of note, Hogan played lacrosse at Penn State.Stephon Gilmore, CBThe Bills made Gilmore the tenth-overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. He started 66 of the 68 games he played in over the five seasons he spent in Buffalo. Gilmore became a lock-down corner during his time with the team. The Bills and Gilmore could not come to an agreement on a long-term deal during the final year of his rookie contract and declined to franchise tag him. Gilmore hit the open market and eventually landed with the Patriots.Ramon Humber, LBThe Bills signed Humber after he was released by the Patriots shortly before the 2016 season kicked off. He stayed with the Bills for three seasons as a linebacker and special teams contributor. Humber was released this past November to make room on the roster for Robert Foster. He was quickly picked up by his former team, the Patriots. Los Angeles RamsRobert Woods, WRWoods was selected by the Bills in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He played four seasons with the Bills, starting in 48 games Youth Jordan Poyer Jersey , notching 203 receptions for 2,451 yards and 12 touchdowns. Woods hit free agency after the 2016 season and ended up signing with his hometown Rams.Nickell Robey-Coleman, CBThe Bills brought in Robey-Coleman as an undrafted free agent in 2013. He remained with the Bills through the 2016 season, appearing in all sixteen games in each of those four seasons. He was released in March 2017 as one of the first changes Sean McDermott made as Bills head coach.Wade Phillips, defensive coordinatorWade Phillips succeeded Marv Levy as the Bills head coach in 1998 after three seasons as Levy’s defensive coordinator. Phillips led the Bills to the playoffs in 1998 and 1999. He was let go after an 8-8 record in the 2000 season and disagreements with Ralph Wilson over his coaching staff. Also of note: Before McDermott in 2017, Phillips was the last coach to take a Bills team to the playoffs—that wildcard-round loss is infamously referred to as the home-run throwback game.Aaron Kromer, run-game coordinatorKromer served as the Bills’ offensive line coach for two seasons under Rex Ryan. Kromer’s stint with the Bills is most infamously remembered for an incident where he punched a teen over a beach chair-related argument. The charges were dropped, but Kromer was suspended for six games. Kromer’s son, Zak, is also on the Rams staff as offensive quality control. He served in the same position with the Bills in 2016.