4 prospects at Ohio State Pro Day that Buffalo Bills could target in NFL Draft
By Kevin Devine
Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane attended Ohio State University’s Pro Day on Wednesday. While most teams send representatives to major program’s Pro Days, the fact that Beane himself attended is of note as the Bills work to add playmakers either through trades or the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Bills have several needs left to address either via free agency or through the draft. OSU is a college football powerhouse, and has several draft prospects who are looking likely to be selected in the first two days of the draft. While the Buffalo Bills will not be interested in their top prospect, quarterback CJ Stroud who could go #1 overall to the Carolina Panthers, several of the other Ohio State players could interest the Bills.
As the Bills look to address depth on their offensive line, tight end, as well as fill holes and add depth on defense, scouting a deep team like the Buckeyes who produce numerous NFL starting caliber players each year provides them an opportunity to continue to develop their evaluations on a number of different players. Let’s take a look at four players from OSU who the Bills could be particularly interested in.