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Dak Prescott's pre-draft visit to Buffalo will be on Tuesday.

Prescott was one of the first pre-draft visitors to be known for the Bills.

In early March, Dak Prescott was announced as the Buffalo Bills' first pre-draft visitor. 


Now we know that Prescott's visit to Buffalo will occur on Tuesday. Ian Rapoport of reported Prescott's busy schedule of pre-draft visits on Twitter.

Prescott, a three-year with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, threw for 3,793 yards, 29 TDs, and five interceptions in 2015. He completed 66.2 percent of his passes this season, a career-high. For his career, Prescott completed 734-of-1169 passes (62.8 completion percentage) for 9,376 yards, 70 touchdowns, and 29 interceptions. 

Buffalo has already met with Prescott at the Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine. The QB is viewed as a mid-round prospect, but Prescott could fall down the draft board after being arrested for a DUI in mid-March. 

If drafted by the Bills, Prescott's combination of arm strength and ability to run with the ball would make him a good fit under Tyrod Taylor in Greg Roman's offense. 


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