O’Cyrus Torrence, G, Florida
Torrence has been mocked to the Bills on several drafts so far, which makes sense given Buffalo’s offensive line struggles this past season. Torrence is a big, big man, at 6’5” and 337 pounds, he just might be what the Bills need on the interior offensive line.
Torrence began his college career with at Louisiana–Lafayette, where he played and started for three seasons, before transferring to Florida for his senior year. According to NFLDraftBuzz.com, Torrence is the number one rated guard in the draft and if he makes it to Buffalo at pick 27, would likely be a solid piece along the line, both now and long-term.
Torrence has incredible power and is a dominant run blocker and equally dominant in the pass protection. Here is a fun little stat for you, Torrence was a four-year collegiate starter, playing over 3,000 snaps and never gave up a single sack, not one!
Torrence had a very good week at the Senior Bowl as well and played both guard positions during the game and was equally impressive in both spots. He projects as a day-one starter in the NFL and some scouting reports are already tagging him as a future Pro-Bowler.