6) Eric Moulds
Selected: 24th overall in 1996
Played: 12 seasons, including 10 with the Bills
Career highlights: 3-time Pro Bowler, 3-time All Pro, 1998 AFC receiving yards leader
The best testament to Eric Moulds, is to sift through the Bills record books. Everywhere you look, he is at or near the top of most of the important receiving categories.
Moulds holds the franchise single-season records for yards (1,368 in 1998) and receptions (100 in 2002). In addition, he is second only to a certain Andre Reed for career receiving yards and catches.
Huge things were expected from the Lucedale, Mississippi native when he was drafted in 1996. However, he initially had to bide his time, sitting behind Reed and Quinn Early on the depth chart for his first two seasons.
Once Moulds got his opportunity in 1998, he took full advantage and formed a lethal combination with Doug Flutie. He averaged a monster 20.4 yards per reception and scored nine touchdowns, on the way to his first Pro Bowl and All Pro selections.
The 43-year old would go on to earn two more Pro Bowl and All Pro selections during his tenure in Buffalo, before being traded to the Houston Texans. A member of the Bills 50th Anniversary Team, he also goes down as one of their best ever first round draft picks.