Four days ago, Joseph shared a photo on Instagram that showed him with Bills coach Ed Reed.
The caption to the photo stated the following:
Met one of my all time favorite players today, can't tell yall how happy i was just to be able to sit next to this man and get some knowledge from him. He had an impact on my life from me just simply watching him and looking up his youtube videos as a youngin his passion for the game definitely rubbed off on me. #THEGOAT
Joseph only played in four games in 2015 due to a knee injury, but he's considered one of the most aggressive safeties in this draft class. If he were to be drafted by the Bills, the team could rotate Joseph in at safety as a rookie behind Aaron Williams and Corey Graham. Considering the fact that Williams is coming off of a neck injury and Graham is approaching the end of his career, it would be wise to add a safety early in this year's draft.
In his career at West Virginia, Joseph had 274 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, two sacks, nine interceptions, seven passes defensed, three forced fumbles, and five fumble recoveries. He could be in play for the Bills at pick 49.