Nov. 16, 2013: Wide receiver Michael Rector #3 of the Stanford Cardinal is tackled by cornerback Kevon Seymour #13 of the USC Trojans, as Rector jumps over teammate Kodi Whitfield #9 in the second half at Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles. (Getty Images via Zimbio)
With the sixth round of the NFL Draft ending Saturday, the Buffalo Bills addressed a need at the cornerback position. Buffalo selected USC Trojans defensive back Kevon Seymour with the 218th pick.
Former USC head coach Steve Sarkisian said at the scouting combine that the Seymour could thrive in the right situation. Learning from a defensive whiz like Rex Ryan could be the right situation for Seymour to step into.
The only thing possibly holding him back is a knee issue that nagged him last season. He sprained his knee twice last year and missed two games in his final year with the Trojans.