(WGR 550) -- The Buffalo Bills brought their official count of pre-draft visits to five on Tuesday. A day after hosting two offensive players, the Bills showed a pair of defensive college teammates and top running back prospect around facilities in Orchard Park.
The team announced that Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk, Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier and Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby all made the visit to One Bills Drive on Tuesday afternoon.
Seastrunk entered the 2014 NFL Draft as a junior in school after two seasons of starting for Baylor. Last season, he rushed for 7.45 yards per carry and a total of 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns in 11 games played. Seastrunk managed to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark as a sophomore as well. He is thought to be a potential Day Two selection.
Shazier also elected to enter the draft as an underclassman after an outstanding junior season with Ohio State. The linebacker had 314 tackles in his three seasons as a member of the Buckeyes defense and also accumulated 44.5 tackles for loss, 15 sacks and one interception. Shazier is projected as a borderline first-round selection.
Coming into the 2013 season, Roby was thought to be one of the premiere cornerbacks in the nation and drew rave reviews around the NFL draft community. He got off to a slow start during his junior season which dropped his stock a bit, but still managed to end up with 69 tackles, three interceptions and two tackles for loss in his final year with Ohio State. Like his teammate in college, Roby is also expected to be a borderline first-round pick in May.