Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News talked with Reed and the defensive lineman has a feeling that Buffalo may be the team that drafts him on Thursday night.
Reed told Dunne, “I just left with a great feeling, man. They made me feel real at home."
Reed was supposed to visit the Bills on a pre-draft visit in early April but was unable to do so after the birth of his second child. Buffalo made it clear that they wanted to meet up with Reed and they went to Tuscaloosa to see him.
According to Reed, the visit couldn't have gone better.
“Everything went good, man,” Reed said. “It went great. It went beyond measures I can’t explain.”
In Buffalo, Reed could play all over the team's defensive line. He said as much when he told Dunne, "I can play it all." Reed is considered to be one of the best defensive linemen in this year's deep draft class. He's dominant against the run and told Dunne that the pass rush is there as well.
“The pass rush is there,” Reed said. “I played within a system at Alabama. I know I can pass rush. I can be an every-down player. You plug in the Senior Bowl film and you’ll know I can pass rush. … I know I can pass rush and that’s not even a question.”
When Buffalo hands in their draft card on Thursday night, it's very possible that Reed's name will be on the card.
You can read Dunne's entire piece here: Jarran Reed on the Bills...'If I came in... we'd be unstoppable.null