Last year, the Buffalo Bills selected Florida State Seminoles early and often in draft. The team found a gem in the second round in cornerback Ronald Darby. The cornerback finished second for Defensive Rookie of the Year and played like a lock-down cornerback in his first season. In round five, the team selected running back Karlos Williams. As a rookie, Williams had over 600 total yards and nine touchdowns. In the sixth round, Buffalo drafted tight end Nick O'Leary. O'Leary didn't make much of an impact as a rookie, but as Meatloaf once said, "Two outta three ain't bad."
Based on the success of the Florida St. rookies on the Bills last season, it was no surprise that Bills GM Doug Whaley was in attendance for the Seminoles' Pro Day on Tuesday.
Florida State's only first round prospect, Jalen Ramsey, should be off the board well before the Bills select their first player at pick 19. However, the Seminoles have some rookies that the Bills could pursue later in the draft.
Roberto Aguayo is the top kicker in the draft class and is expected to be selected as early as round two. The Bills would certainly love to add a player like Aguayo, but they realistically have too many holes to fill on their roster.