The Bills have reportedly starting coming to terms with undrafted rookie free agents. The Bills will probably end up signing 20-30 of them altogether when everything is said and done.
None of these are official yet, so take everything with a grain of salt until the team officially announces the signings, but here’s what we have so far.
Florida RB Emmanuel Moody – This was more or less confirmed by a tweet by Moody’s former teammate at Florida, Bills WR David Nelson. Moody was highly touted coming out of high school and ended up at USC, where he was Pac-10 freshman of the year. However, we was eventually lost in the shuffle of talented backs at Southern Cal and ended up transferring to Florida, where he spent two unspectacular seasons. He’ll be a long shot to make the roster with three talented backs already here.
University of Buffalo CB Dominic Cook – Our friends over at Buffalo Sports Daily broke this one. I’ll quote from there: “Cook spent the first three seasons of his UB career at cornerback before converting to safety for his senior season. His play was stellar last year—- earning first-team All-MAC honors, largely on the strength of six interceptions (sixth in the nation) while forcing three fumbles.”
North Carolina TE Zach Pianalto – Pianalto is not exactly an elite athlete, but he’s got decent hands and could maybe become a receiving threat. Durability is a big issue for him, however. Given Buffalo’s weak depth at tight end, this is a good spot for him if he wants to make an NFL roster.