The Buffalo Bills added a third player from Florida State in the 2015 NFL draft. Tight end Nick O'Leary joins teammates Ronald Darby and Karlos Williams in Buffalo. The Bills have now drafted seven Florida State Seminoles since the 2012 NFL draft.
O'Leary won the John Mackey Award as college's best tight end in 2014. He's thought of as a throwback type of tight end as he doesn't wear gloves on the field.
O'Leary rarely drops passes and is an overachiever of sorts. The tight end is also a pretty solid blocker in run and pass protection. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman likes to utilize the position, so O'Leary has a shot of sticking around with the Bills. Buffalo seemed very interested in O'Leary throughout the draft process and apparently felt he had too much value at pick 194 to pass up.