11:37 AM ET 05.12 | When the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft concluded, the Buffalo Bills looked at their board and saw a pair of wide receivers still out there that they were targeting for the next round of picks. With one already off the board by the time it was the Bills' selection, the decision was easy for the team. Seeing all the potential that he had leading up to this past college football season, Buffalo made USC's Robert Woods their second pick in the draft at 41st overall. There are rather lofty expectations for Woods, who at one time in the pre-draft process was thought to be a first-round pick. The Bills have said publicly how NFL ready Woods is, which leads some to believe he factors firmly in to the conversation to be the starter opposite Stevie Johnson. That decision is still way down the line, but Woods is getting his feet wet with professional football for the first time this weekend at Bills rookie mini-camp.