Bills hosted OT Cordy Glenn in late March
Since the Buffalo Bills expenditures on their defensive line during free agency, the general consensus of reporters around the country have been that the team will look to upgrade themselves at left tackle.
Most national pundits are saying Iowa's Riley Reiff is the target, but don't sleep on a certain player from the SEC.
According to Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com, the Bills hosted Georgia offensive tackle Cordy Glenn for a pre-draft visit in late March. Glenn moved to left tackle his senior year after spending three years inside at guard. He showed signs of improvement throughout the season culminating with a good performance against LSU's defensive line in the SEC Championship.
At 6-foot-5 and 345-pounds, the massive Glenn is surprisingly agile and quick on his feet to deal with speed rushers off the edge. To read more about him, click here.