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Who the Bills have met with at the NFL Combine

Alabama's Jonah Williams is one of seven offensive tackles the Bills have met with

March 01, 2019 - 2:06 pm

The Buffalo Bills have been meeting with prospects at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. 14 players, to this point, have confirmed that they met with the Bills, seven of which are offensive tackles. Mock drafts have often had the Bills drafting tackles to this point in the draft season.

Here's a list of all the players who have met with the Bills:

OT: Jonah Williams (Alabama); Kaleb McGary (Washington); Cody Ford (Oklahoma); Jawaan Taylor (Florida); Bobby Evans (Oklahoma); Dru Samia (Oklahoma); Greg Little (Ole Miss)

C: Erik McCoy (Texas A&M)

OG: Dalton Risner (Kansas State),

RB: Bryce Love (Stanford), Josh Jacobs (Alabama)

WR: D.K. Metcalf (Ole Miss), Riley Ridley (Georgia), Marquise "Hollywood" Brown (Oklahoma), Kelvin Harmon (NC State), J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (Stanford), Emanuel Hall (Missouri)

TE: Irv Smith (Alabama), Isaac Nauta (Georgia)

Jonah Williams was a four-year starter at Alabama. He appeared in three National Championship games with the Crimson Tide, winning in 2018. Williams was a unanimous All-American in 2018, as well as First-Team All-SEC honors in 2017 and 2018.

Florida’s Jawaan Taylor enters the draft as a junior, having played 35 games at Florida. Taylor played at both left and right tackle as a Gator, which could peak the interest of Bills management who have made clear their desire for versatile linemen.

Greg Little started all 36 career games at Ole Miss, being named All-SEC First-Team in 2018. Little also played both right and left tackle throughout his college career, which could make him a target of the Bills come Draft day.

The Bills also met with Kansas State guard Dalton Risner and Texas A&M center Erik McCoy.

Stanford running back Bryce Love tore his ACL in Stanford’s final game in 2018. He ran for 3,865 yards on 569 attempts in four years at Stanford, and is considered one of the top running backs in the draft.

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