The Buffalo Bills are making their rounds as they prepare for the 2016 NFL draft. Buffalo had a large contingent at Penn State's Pro Day on Thursday and it turns out that Bills GM Doug Whaley and Jim Monos were at Stanford.
Quarterback Kevin Hogan threw the ball well and was on point and accurate with his passes throughout the workout. I'm told while he still has a slight wind-up, Hogan's delivery is significantly more compact than it was last season or during the Senior Bowl and much better than the Combine. I mentioned a while ago the Buffalo Bills like Hogan, and it should come as no surprise that general manager Doug Whaley and director of college scouting were on hand.
Hogan has generated plenty of interest from the Bills to date. They've already met with the quarterback and reportedly have plenty of interest in Hogan.
He certainly appears to be on Buffalo's radar as the draft approaches. Many draft experts view Hogan as a day three pick. If the Bills feel that Hogan has the upside to be Tyrod Taylor's backup, the value would be there late in the draft.null