Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) -- As the private workouts are wrapping up for the Buffalo Bills, the official pre-draft visits are underway in Orchard Park. To start things off, three college prospects are at One Bills Drive meeting with the coaching staff on Tuesday.
The Bills announced Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel, Richmond safety Cooper Taylor and McNeese State safety Malcolm Bronson all made their official visits on the same day that the team's voluntary offseason conditioning program started.
Manuel, the most notable of the three, also participated in a private workout with Bills coaches. The former Seminoles quarterback is expected to be selected within the first two days of the 2013 NFL Draft.
Teams are allowed 30 pre-draft visits from draft-eligible prospects. By the process of subtraction, the Bills have a total of 27 remaining between now and April 25.