Buffalo Bills training camp begins next week. Here’s a look at the team roster along with Mark Gaughan’s scoop on each player.

The Buffalo News will publish its training camp preview in Sunday’s editions.

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. College The scoop

2 Dan Carpenter K 6-2 228 7 Montana Mentally strong player coming off great season, kicked great in spring.

3 EJ Manuel QB 6-5 240 2 Florida State It all rides on EJ; watch for his accuracy, pocket presence in preseason.

4 Jake Dombrowski P 6-1 190 1 Harvard Harvard product has good leg but lack of experience makes him long shot.

5 Dustin Hopkins K 6-2 193 2 Florida State Will need to boom KOs, hope Bills stay healthy to win specialist job.

6 Dennis Dixon QB 6-3 215 5 Oregon In his seventh NFL camp, probably faces last shot to win an NFL job.

7 Jeff Tuel QB 6-3 221 2 Washington State Needs good preseason to convince Bills to keep more than 2 QBs on 53.

8 Brian Moorman P 6-0 174 14 Pittsburg State Bill of Decade in ’00s allowed only 42 percent of punts returned last year.

9 Thad Lewis QB 6-2 219 4 Duke Went 2-3 in relief last year, showed decisiveness in pocket in spring.

10 Robert Woods WR 6-0 190 2 USC Reliable, good hands, gets separation, shows good chemistry with EJ.

11 T.J. Graham WR 5-11 188 3 North Carolina State Played 71 percent of snaps but caught only 23 passes; in danger of getting cut.

13 Ramses Barden WR 6-6 224 5 Cal Poly-SLO Went 9-138 in a 2012 NYG game but career has been derailed by injuries.

14 Sammy Watkins WR 6-1 211 R Clemson Watch for route-running progress; ran mostly screens, ‘gos’ at Clemson.

15 Chris Hogan WR 6-1 220 2 Monmouth Favored to be Woods’ backup in slot; must show he’s a bit more physical.

16 Cordell Roberson WR 6-4 205 1 Stephen F. Austin Big man caught 221 passes at FCS level; cut from Browns camp last summer.

18 Kevin Elliott WR 6-3 205 3 Florida A&M Spent 2012 with Jaguars, tore ACL in Bills preseason game last year.

19 Mike Williams WR 6-2 212 5 Syracuse Booted off Bucs squad, aims to re-establish self as dominant physical WR.

20 Corey Graham CB 6-0 196 8 New Hampshire Could push Leodis for starting job or excel in nickel, on special teams.

21 Leodis McKelvin CB 5-10 185 7 Troy Looking to put together back-to-back solid seasons as a starter.

22 Fred Jackson RB 6-1 216 8 Coe College Looked good in spring; at 33, Bills can afford to limit his summer reps.

23 Aaron Williams S 6-0 199 4 Texas Played 81 percent of snaps, won new contract, steps into Byrd’s big shoes.

24 Stephon Gilmore CB 6-1 190 3 South Carolina Looking to stay healthy and assert self as one of game’s better corners.

25 Da’Norris Searcy S 5-11 216 4 North Carolina Does he have enough range to hold off Duke Williams for starting job?

26 Anthony Dixon RB 6-1 233 5 Mississippi State High-energy big back brings some needed attitude to special teams units.

27 Duke Williams S 5-11 201 2 Nevada After barely playing as rookie, does he have instincts to make impact?

28 C.J. Spiller RB 5-11 200 5 Clemson Entering contract year, aiming to stay healthy, strike fear into foes.

29 Ross Cockrell CB 6-0 190 R Duke Made 49 college starts, has smarts to edge Brooks for fifth corner spot.

30 Mario Butler CB 6-1 187 1 Georgia Tech Faces battle for reps; boasts size, aggressiveness, lacks top speed.

31 Kenny Ladler S 6-0 200 R Vanderbilt Perhaps Bills’ top undrafted signee, he has smarts to battle for spot.

33 Ron Brooks CB 5-10 190 3 LSU Flashes athleticism but has not been able to stay healthy last 2 years.

35 Bryce Brown RB 6-0 220 3 Kansas State Ex-Eagle has speed to be change-of-pace back, help out on third downs.

36 Jonathan Meeks S 6-0 209 2 Clemson After essentially a red-shirt year, let’s see if he makes some plays.

37 Nickell Robey CB 5-8 165 2 USC All he does is make plays; will be hard to beat out for slot corner job.

38 Frank Summers RB 5-9 248 2 UNLV Stout favorite for FB role, “Tank” must keep improving as lead blocker.

40 Jajuan Harley S 6-1 213 1 Florida State Started out as CB at Florida State, transferred to MTSU, has 4.47 speed.

41 Darius Robinson CB 5-10 175 R Clemson Made 25 starts at Clemson, got seasoning facing Watkins in practice.

42 Ronnie Wingo RB 6-3 231 2 Arkansas Tallish RB spent last nine weeks on Bills roster, faces long odds.

43 Derek Brim S 6-0 199 R Buffalo Canisius High product walked onto UB, showed athleticism at pro day.

44 Brandon Smith CB 6-1 205 2 Arizona State Big, fast corner, age 27, spent last 11 weeks on Bills’ 53-man roster.

45 Jimmy Gaines LB 6-3 240 R Miami Canisius High product started 27 games for “the U,” boasts quickness.

46 Deon Broomfield S 6-0 206 R Iowa State Had 18 college starts; was around ball as senior, with 16 pass breakups.

47 Michael Carter S 5-11 189 1 Minnesota A year removed from college, he has only 4.63 speed but showed instincts.

48 Evan Rodriguez FB 6-2 239 3 Temple Offers more versatility at FB than Summers, but will have to block well.

49 Darrin Kitchens LB 6-2 229 R Florida Won leadership award at Florida, needs more bulk, can play special teams.

50 Kiko Alonso LB 6-3 238 2 Oregon Without Alonso and Byrd, Bills have lost top 2 playmakers in back 7.

51 Brandon Spikes LB 6-2 255 5 Florida MLB adds toughness to run D, aims to win time in Schwartz’s sub packages.

52 Preston Brown LB 6-1 251 R Louisville Third-round pick could start on weak side, but ran only 4.79 in 40.

53 Nigel Bradham LB 6-2 241 3 Florida State Has shot to replace Kiko, but has yet to make any defensive impact.

54: Jacquies Smith DE 6-2 260 1 Missouri In camp with Dolphins in ’12, Jets in ’13, will get some edge rush reps.

55 Jerry Hughes DE 6-2 254 5 TCU Poised for another big year rushing from right-end spot in Schwartz D.

56 Keith Rivers LB 6-2 235 6 USC Former ninth overall pick adds savvy. Can he be a strong-side playmaker?

57 Ty Powell LB 6-2 249 2 Harding Solid camp should win him role as versatile backup, special teams ace.

58 Nathan Williams LB 6-3 249 1 Ohio State Tough guy has bounced back from knee injuries, enters second NFL camp.

59 Doug Legursky G 6-1 315 6 Marshall His lack of size was exposed last year, but versatility gives him a shot.

60 Kraig Urbik G 6-5 324 6 Wisconsin Tough guy slowed a bit toward end of ’13, favored to hold down RG job.

61 Colby Way DT 6-4 293 R Buffalo High-effort long shot who had 15 sacks in a fine career at UB.

62 Mark Asper G 6-7 325 3 Oregon Smarts, ability to play center give him a shot to edge ahead of Legursky.

64 J.J. ’Unga G 6-5 320 1 Midwestern State Big-bodied guard but not real mobile, bids for backup interior spot.

65 Garrison Sanborn LS 6-1 240 6 Florida State Underrated, high-quality long-snapper enters sixth season with the Bills.

66 Seantrel Henderson T 6-7 331 R Miami Spring reps with 1st unit showed Bills think highly of this 7th-rounder.

67 Bryan Johnson DE 6-4 250 R West Texas A&M Tough, strong-side college LB, age 25, might have some edge potential.

68 Cyril Richardson G 6-5 343 R Baylor Big mauler in the mold Marrone likes, penciled in for one backup spot.

69 Damien Jacobs DT 6-3 284 R Florida Role player at Florida, has frame to get bigger and play two-gap style.

70 Eric Wood C 6-4 310 6 Louisville Entering prime of his career, his savvy helps O-line handle no-huddle.

71 Cyrus Kouandjio T 6-7 322 R Alabama Can he adjust quickly enough to speed rushers to win starting job?

72 Edawn Coughman T 6-4 313 1 Shaw Practice-squadder from tiny Division II school ran third team in spring.

73 Antoine McClain G 6-5 336 2 Clemson Enters third camp with third team, hoping to find home as backup guard.

74 Chris Williams G 6-6 320 7 Vanderbilt Didn’t get raves with Cards, but provides girth Marrone wants inside.

75 Chris Hairston T 6-6 330 3 Clemson After yearlong absence, can he seriously challenge at guard or tackle?

76 Macky MacPherson G 6-2 290 R Syracuse Grandson of legendary Syracuse coach will get feet wet in first NFL camp.

77 Cordy Glenn T 6-6 345 3 Georgia Emerging as a home-run second-round pick at left tackle for Bills.

79 Erik Pears T 6-8 316 9 Colorado State Bills could do worse at RT (and have) if Kouandjio is not quite ready.

80 Mike Caussin TE 6-5 243 4 James Madison Been in Bills fold more than 3 years; needs luck to keep it going.

81 Marcus Easley WR 6-2 217 4 UConn Played well on special teams and hoping that earns him roster spot again.

82 Tony Moeaki TE 6-3 252 5 Iowa Bills have high hopes ex-Chief can stay healthy, make 2-TE set dangerous.

84 Scott Chandler TE 6-7 260 8 Iowa Giant catch radius makes him a security blanket for Manuel.

85 Lee Smith TE 6-6 265 4 Marshall Played 27 percent of snaps last year, favored to stick due to blocking.

86 Caleb Holley WR 6-2 200 R East Central (Okla.) Alaska native from tiny Oklahoma school won a shot after rookie tryouts.

87 Chris Summers WR 6-5 215 1 Liberty Enters third NFL camp hoping to make something happen in preseason.

88 Marquise Goodwin WR 5-9 179 2 Texas Should give Fisher fans some oohs and aahs with long TD catches.

89 Chris Gragg TE 6-3 244 2 Arkansas Can his 4.5 speed translate onto field? Time is now if he’s to make team.

90 Alan Branch DT 6-6 325 8 Michigan Bills need him to look good, because No. 3 DT will get lots of snaps.

91 Manny Lawson DE 6-5 240 9 North Carolina State Can he create some edge pressure? Bills sure could use edge depth.

92 Jarius Wynn DE 6-3 285 6 Georgia Will get every chance to show he can be No. 3 or 4 on DE chart.

93 Randell Johnson LB 6-4 245 R Florida Atlantic Seventh-round pick will get edge snaps to see if he has any pass rush.

94 Mario Williams DE 6-6 292 9 North Carolina State Spent all spring in WNY and remains cornerstone of defensive front.

95 Kyle Williams DT 6-1 303 9 LSUCoordinators come and go, Kyle flourishes no matter defensive scheme.

96 Stefan Charles DT 6-5 323 2 Regina (Canada) Raw Canadian has legit shot to make team if he has honed his technique.

97 Corbin Bryant DT 6-4 300 2 Northwestern Played 28.7 percent of snaps last year but faces stern battle for job.

98 Ikponmwosa Igbinosun DE 6-3 286 1 Southern Connecticut State Kind of a tweener who needs others to disappoint to earn a role.

99 Marcell Dareus DT 6-3 331 4 Alabama Here’s hoping summer goes better than spring for uber-talented DT.