For a pair of secondary needs, the team is looking at some intriguing secondary options.
BuffaloFootballReport.com has learned that the Bills have spoken with Wyoming running back Devin Moore. Also, Scout.com's Ed Thompson reports the team has visited with Arizona offensive tackle Eben Britton.
Moore is the 15th ranked running back on Scout.com's draft rankings, but could fly into the mid-rounds based on a knockout pro day. The 5-foot-9 running back benched 225 pounds 28 times and ran a 4.35 and 4.37 in the 40-yard dash. Moore has run in the 4.2-range, but not for scouts.
This rare combo of strength and speed helped Moore rush for 1,301 yards on 249 carries (5.2 avg.) and seven touchdowns at Wyoming in his senior season. Against San Diego State, he went wild for 234 yards and three scores. Though he mostly faced second-tier defenses, Brown did showcase talent in a 13-7 upset win at Tennessee. Against the SEC's Vols, he scampered for 98 yards on 32 carries -- the type of durability scouts may have questioned earlier.
Britton is Scout.com's sixth-ranked tackle. In a loaded class, Britton should slide into the second or third round. Here's what Scout.com's Chris Steuber had to say about Britton:
"Britton is a durable, consistent performer who's solid in many aspects of the game. He has great size, long arms and mauls the opposition at the line. He has good balance and uses his hands effectively. He moves well laterally, despite not possessing the quickest feet, and uses his wingspan to force defenders off their course of action. He's a solid run blocker."
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See a video interview with Moore on YouTube here.
And a wild 98-yard fake reversal kickoff return here. Psss -- Don't be spooked by the announcer botching the player at first.