16) Pick 107: Marcus Easley, UConn (Bills)
Selected in the fourth-round, Easley played 42 games with the Bills, but never really saw much action. He was placed on injured reserve after his rookie season. He mostly chipped in as a special teams player and occasional kick returner.
Easley ended his career after three seasons with three catches for 73 yards and a touchdown.
15) Pick 101: Mike Williams, Syracuse (Bucs)
There was a lot of hype surrounding Mike Williams in Tampa Bay when they drafted him in the fourth round. Williams was seen as one of the best receivers in the draft, but dropped because of character issues and off-field concerns. Williams would have some success with the Bucs, recording 25 touchdowns and 215 receptions in four years.
The Bucs re-signed Williams in 2013, but after an injury that placed him on injured reserve, the Bucs traded him after the season to the Bills for a sixth-round pick. Williams stint with the Bills was short lived and they released him during the 2014 season, ending his NFL career.