Oklahoma University quarterback Landry Jones has seen plenty of the Bills, who had a private workout with Jones in Norman, Oklahoma and then brought the senior to Orchard Park for some additional quality time.
Jones was a guest on the WGR morning show and said he enjoyed his job interview with the Bills. In addition to answering all of the questions from the Bills, Jones said he too was looking for some information. "For me I wanted to find out a little bit about their scheme what they're going to do" Jones said. "So I asked questions about what they're going to do on offense, what their scheme was." Jones met with most of the coaches as well as Bills General Manager Buddy Nix.
Jones, who played four seasons for the Sooners and started the last three, had more productive years as a freshman and sophomore but said he has no regrets about not leaving early for the NFL. He left Norman as OU's all time passing leader with more than 16 thousand yards to go along with 122 touchdowns and 51 interceptions.
Orchard Park is just one of many visits Jones has made in the pre-draft process which also included the Senior Bowl and the Combine and he's extremely happy this is almost over. "At first the process was really fun but then once you get about two months into it, you're ready for this thing to get going" Jones said. "Its a long process. Its cool to get inside of it and its cool to think about where you're going but for me, I'd much rather have it right after my season."
You can listen to the entire interview with Jones and hear what he thought about Bills Offensive Coordinator Nathaniel Hackett was well as his meeting with Jon Gruden for Gruden's QB camp.