The Buffalo Bills continued along in bringing NFL Draft prospects to Orchard Park for a visit. On Monday, three more toured team facilities and met with the staff at One Bills Drive.
According to BuffaloBills.com, the team hosted Alabama safety Mark Barron, Boise State defensive end Shea McClellin and Central Florida cornerback Josh Robinson.
Barron is an ultra-talented safety that will be a first round pick on April 26. With the presence of both Jairus Byrd and George Wilson on the roster, the Bills taking Barron would be a luxury if they decided to do so.
McClellin is right on the fringe of the first round at this point in time, and will more than likely be off the board before the Bills' second-round pick comes around.
Robinson could be a good fit for Buffalo. He blew away the NFL Combine with a forty-yard dash time of 4.33 seconds. The talented cornerback really shined in the 2010 Liberty Bowl when he was entrusted with covering then-Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green.
The 2011 fourth overall pick had eight catches for 77 yards, but was constantly harrassed by the much-smaller Robinson. The cornerback is also on the fringe of the first round, and could conceivably be there for the Bills at 41.