The Bills plan on adding a quarterback in the draft to backup current starter Tyrod Taylor. To date, the Bills have shown interest in Jones, Dak Prescott, Kevin Hogan, and Christian Hackenberg.
Jones is one of the biggest wild cards in the entire draft class. The quarterback has one of the best arms in the entire class and has great size (6'5" and 253 pounds), but he also has accuracy issues.
In his career at Ohio State, Jones completed 166-of-269 passes (61.2 completion percentage) for 2,322 yards, 15 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. The quarterback also rushed for 617 yards in his career with the Buckeyes.
The best case scenario for Jones is to land with a team where he wouldn't be asked to start immediately. If he can be given one to two seasons to learn on the sidelines, Jones could develop into a starting caliber quarterback in the NFL.
Buffalo is doing their due diligence on quite a few quarterbacks. It'll be interesting to see which QB lands in Buffalo during the draft.null