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2018 Draft Prospects Who Have Met with the Bills - Harold Landry & Corey Thompson are the Latest along with WRs Miller & Moore

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I know people get mad when Hughes or Lawson tardes are suggested, but man they are bringing in a lot of defensive ends...maybe this is Hughes' last year here? I think it's interesting. 

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Based on Tre’Davious White’s Instagram, the #Bills are hosting or have hosted LSU safety/linebacker Corey Thompson on a visit today. Missed two seasons at LSU due to injury.  The 6’1”, 222 pounder had 43 tackles, 7 TFLs, and 6 sacks in ‘17. 

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2 minutes ago, Commonsense said:

Not a fan of Harold Landry. 

 

Why? He has the most natural bend when rushing the passer in the entire class. 

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4 minutes ago, billspro said:

 

Why? He has the most natural bend when rushing the passer in the entire class. 

Saw quite a bit of him at BC and his effort is inconsistent. I think he will be drafted to high because lack of other options for teams looking for an edge guy. 

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Just now, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

 

They are both really good fits for me for what Daboll is likely to want to run.  If the Bills retain a 2nd round pick I could see both being in play...... I'm 50/50 on whether they would represent value in the 2nd.  

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Just now, GunnerBill said:

 

They are both really good fits for me for what Daboll is likely to want to run.  If the Bills retain a 2nd round pick I could see both being in play...... I'm 50/50 on whether they would represent value in the 2nd.  

 

I don't see either guy being available at 53.

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Just now, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

I don't see either guy being available at 53.

 

Possibly not.  I think Ridley will go in the 1st and then there is a little clump of guys who could go anywhere from late 1st to 3rd round....

 

Courtland Sutton

DJ Moore

Anthony Miller 

James Washington

DJ Chark

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Just now, GunnerBill said:

 

Possibly not.  I think Ridley will go in the 1st and then there is a little clump of guys who could go anywhere from late 1st to 3rd round....

 

Courtland Sutton

DJ Moore

Anthony Miller 

James Washington

DJ Chark

 

Not a particularly strong or deep class this year. I think there will be a run on many of those guys in the late 1st/early 2nd. 

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1 minute ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Not a particularly strong or deep class this year. I think there will be a run on many of those guys in the late 1st/early 2nd. 

 

Agree... but actually last year in the 2nd it was quiet... just Zay to us and then Curtis Samuel and JuJu late in the round as I recall. Though there were 3 in the 1st....

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Orchard Park, N.Y. -- On the final day teams are allowed to host prospects on pre-draft visits, more news has come out on which prospects the Buffalo Bills have hosted. 

 

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the Bills recently had Boston College defensive end Harold Landry in for a pre-draft visit, while NBC Sports' Josh Norris reported the team has wide receivers Anthony Miller of Memphis and D.J. Moore of Maryland in the building Wednesday. 

 

The Bills are allowed 30 pre-draft visitors to their facility, and 23 of those visits have now been reported. 

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Bills Notebook: Pre-draft visits wrap up with a pair of receivers in town

NFL teams can host up to 30 prospects on pre-draft visits. Although the Bills have not confirmed any of the visits, a total of 23 players were reported to have made one. It's possible that the Bills did not use all 30 visits, or perhaps the other seven were kept quiet by both player and team. The reported list of visitors, by position, includes:

 

Quarterbacks (4): Wyoming's Josh Allen, UCLA's Josh Rosen, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma State's Lamar Jackson.
Wide receivers (3): Memphis' Anthony Miller, Maryland's D.J. Moore, LSU's D.J. Chark.
Running backs (2): San Diego State's Rashaad Penny, Arizona State's Kallen Ballage.
Cornerbacks (5): Ohio State's Denzel Ward, LSU's Donte Jackson, Iowa's Josh Jackson, Louisville's Jaire Alexander, Florida's Duke Dawson.
Defensive linemen (4): Miami's RJ McIntosh, Southern Cal's Uchenna Nwosu, Kansas' Dorance Armstrong, Boston College's Harold Landry.
Linebackers (5): Georgia's Roquan Smith, Boise State's Leighton Vander Esch, Alabama's Rashaan Evans, BYU's Fred Wagner and LSU's Corey Thompson.

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Judging by visits, I am guessing Bills draft QB, WR, LB, CB, RB, TE, and Edge.  I am surprised by how few OL visits

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2 hours ago, Pete said:

Judging by visits, I am guessing Bills draft QB, WR, LB, CB, RB, TE, and Edge.  I am surprised by how few OL visits

 

Can’t fill all the holes. I think they can come up with a serviceable unit with what they have.

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33 minutes ago, billspro said:

 

Can’t fill all the holes. I think they can come up with a serviceable unit with what they have.

trade down from 12 a few spots, get additional 2nd rounder.  Draft QB Lamar Jackson.  Trade down a few spots 22-pick up 3rd-draft G Will Hernandez.  1st second round pick C Frank Ragnow, 2nd second round pick WR Anthony Miller, 3rd second rounder LB Fred Wagner.  Ist 3rd rounder CB Duke Dawson, 2nd 3rd rounder RB Rashaad Penny, 3rd 3rd DT Uchenna Nwosu

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