BBD Editor: Dan Hope
As the Buffalo Bills prepare for the 2014 NFL Draft, they are allowed to bring up to 30 players to One Bills Drive for on-site pre-draft visits. Though it’s dangerous to read too much into those visits for projections, they can be a good indicator into not only what prospects the Bills want to get to know better, but also what schools, positions or types of players the team might be keeping a close eye on.
The Bills brought in three more prospects for visits on Friday, and all of them are realistic fits for Buffalo. Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde would be strong second-round choices as offensive playmakers, while Liberty cornerback Walt Aikens could add size and versatility to the secondary as an intriguing small-school sleeper.