Buffalo Bills: Players to watch in the East-West Shrine Bowl

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COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 11: Binjimen Victor #9 of the Ohio State Buckeyes eludes the tackle attempt of Justin Layne #2 of the Michigan State Spartans to pick up additional yardage after a catch in the third quarter at Ohio Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Michigan State 48-3. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

These are four players fans should watch in the East-West Shrine Bowl that could be on the Buffalo Bills radar.

While the Senior Bowl is the one that gets most of the coverage, the East-West Shrine Bowl really is the first opportunity for NFL teams to get an up close look at some players in April’s NFL Draft. This is also an opportunity for players to increase their draft stock and as well as speak directly to teams.

While this game won’t include prospects expected to be at the top of the NFL Draft, there are players in this game that will be likely mid to late round picks that can have an impact on the team. The Bills currently have two players on their roster, John Brown and Micah Hyde, who have participated in the Shrine Bowl prior to the NFL and were key contributors this past season.

These are four players that make sense for fans to pay attention to that fit a need for the Buffalo Bills.

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