(WGR 550) -- After giving their draft-related personnel the last week off ahead of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills continued with their official visits with college prospects. The team announced Monday afternoon that Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller is at team facilities meeting with coaches and touring the grounds.
Fuller entered the draft after a successful and highly productive career with the Hokies. During his senior season he paired with teammate Antone Exum as one of the country's top cornerback duos, challenging opponents by taking away a good portion of their passing game. In his senior year, Fuller had 24 tackles, two interceptions and two tackles for loss.
He is the sixth cornerback to visit the team during the month of April, and is projected to be one of the first selected from his position. The 6-foot, 190-pound Fuller is expect to be a late first-round to early second-round pick in May.