All 2023 Draft prospects linked to Buffalo Bills, who to know

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Running backs linked to the Buffalo Bills

Bijan Robinson: It seems like every year the Buffalo Bills are linked to the top running back prospect. Surprise, they are yet again, since the day after their season ended. Robinson reportedly was taken out to dinner by the Bills the night before his pro-day, according to NFLRookieWatch. They also met with him at the combine. Robinson is arguably the best running back prospect since Saquon Barkley. In three seasons at Texas, the 6’0″ 215lbs back ran for 3,410 yards and 33 touchdowns, on 6.3 yards per attempt. He also added 60 catches, for 805 yards, and eight more touchdowns.

Roschon Johnson: In the same Robinson report, it was also reported that Texas’ number two back, Roschon Johnson was present at the diner as well. Johnson, a former quarterback, has great size at 6’2″ and 223lbs. In three seasons behind Robinson, Johnson compiled 1,541 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns.

Tyjae Spears: According to Ryan Fowler, the Bills had lunch with Spears, and running backs coach Kelly Skipper put him through a private workout. The Tulane product had 2,910 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns in four seasons. He is a projected day-three selection.

Zach Charbonnet: In four seasons, (two at Michigan & two at UCLA), Charbonenet rushed for 3,346 yards and 39 touchdowns, on 5.9 yards per attempt. The Bills brought him in for a top-30 visit, according to Tom Pelissero.

Kendre Miller: The Bills hosted another running back on a top-30 visit, according to Ian Rapoport, in TCU’s Kendre Miller. The 6’0″ 206 lbs back totaled 2,410 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns, on a whopping 6.7 yards per attempt, in three seasons.