(WGR 550) -- The Buffalo Bills continued along with more private workouts on Saturday, this time heading down to SEC country to work out a quarterback and some of his teammates. The Bills went to the University of Tennessee to see some offensive skill players up close and personal.
The group of four included quarterback Tyler Bray, wide receiver Justin Hunter, wide receiver Zach Rogers and tight end Mychal Rivera, all members of the Volunteers' football team this past season.
Bray is one of six quarterbacks the Bills conducted private workouts with. The team also went and saw Florida State's E.J. Manuel, West Virginia's Geno Smith, Oklahoma's Landry Jones, USC's Matt Barkley and Syracuse's Ryan Nassib.
Bray is considered to be a second to third round pick. He is immensely talented, but many point to his lack of maturity as what would prevent him from getting selected higher.
Hunter could end up being the first player selected from the group of four. The 6-foot-4, 196-pound wide receiver is a late first to second round player by many accounts.
The one notable non-participant in the Tennessee private workout is wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, who by many accounts is one of the top players available at his position. The reason for his absence was unknown, but he has been on the road within the past week at a pre-draft visit with the Rams, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Bills have conducted 14 official pre-draft visits of their own as they approach the start of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 25.