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Posted: Tuesday, 01 April 2014 12:51PM

2014 Bills pre-draft visit list



(WGR 550) -- Each and every year, all teams in the National Football League are allowed to bring in 30 prospects from around the nation for official pre-draft visits.

The Buffalo Bills have started the process of bringing players in to tour team facilities and meet with the coaching staff, and there are also others that have been reported as future visits for the Bills.

Here is a working list of the players the Bills are bringing in:

Confirmed Official Visits (29)
Running Back (6)
Lache Seastrunk, Baylor (April 2)
Jeremy Hill, LSU (April 4)
Terrance Cobb, Cumberlands (April 10)
Carlos Hyde, Ohio State (April 11)
Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern (April 22)
Terrance West, Towson (April 24)

Wide Receiver (4)
Cody Latimer, Indiana (April 1)
Odell Beckham, Jr., LSU (April 10)
Mike Evans, Texas A&M (April 22)
Sammy Watkins, Clemson (April 23)

Tight End (3)
Troy Niklas, Notre Dame (April 1)
Eric Ebron, North Carolina (April 4)
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington (Aprill 11)

Offensive Tackle (5)
Charles Siddoway, Mississippi State (April 8)
Jake Matthews, Texas A&M (April 9)
Zack Martin, Notre Dame (April 23)
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill (April 23)
Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama (April 25)

Interior Offensive Line (1)
Marcus Martin, USC (April 22)

Defensive End (1)
Scott Crichton, Oregon State (April 4)

Linebacker (3)
Ryan Shazier, Ohio State (April 2)
Preston Brown, Lousiville (April 9)
C.J. Mosley, Alabam (April 24)

Cornerback (6)
Bradley Roby, Ohio State (April 2)
Bashaud Breeland, Clemson (April 3)
Ross Cockrell, Duke (April 3)
Phillip Gaines, Rice (April 10)
Walt Aikens, Liberty (April 11)
Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech (April 21)

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