1. Antonio Williams
The one player among the undrafted free agents the Buffalo Bills added this offseason to have the best chance of making the final 53-man roster has to be running back Antonio Williams. The former UNC running back is similar to Devin Singletary and Zack Moss in terms of body type at 5’11” and 215 pounds but has home run hitting ability with a 6.7 yards per carry average last season.
Williams started his collegiate career at Ohio State but transferred after two seasons to UNC. He was never able to secure the full-time starter role but was still effective with limited touches. He finished at UNC with 139 rushing touchdowns, 826 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.
The Buffalo Bills already have two young running backs in Devin Singletary and Zack Moss but Antonio Williams could push T.J. Yeldon for his spot on this roster. The coaching staff may want to keep a veteran like Yeldon with the other running backs but Williams could be a great option for this backfield considering he has already proven he can be effective with limited touches.
For any undrafted free agent, there is always a little bit of luck involved when they make the final 53-man roster. It is a combination of talent and opportunity and for the eight undrafted free agents signed by the Buffalo Bills, Antonio Williams looks to be the one player that may have that situation.