The NFL has announced that eight players have accepted invitations to the 2010 NFL Draft, and four more have been invited but are currently weighing their options.
The list of attendees includes several top-flight prospects that have frequently been linked to the Buffalo Bills in mock drafts, including Oklahoma tackle Trent Williams, Georgia Tech defensive end Derrick Morgan and Tennessee nose tackle Dan Williams. All three prospects would fill major need areas for the Bills, and given that fact, all three could hear their name called inside the top ten.
Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, Oklahoma defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma State offensive tackle Russell Okung, Tennessee safety Eric Berry and Penn State defensive lineman Jared Odrick will all attend the draft as well.
You'll notice that the list of accepted invites does not include a single quarterback. Four QBs - Oklahoma's Sam Bradford, Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen, Texas' Colt McCoy and Florida's Tim Tebow - have been invited, but are still weighing their options.
Buffalo has not selected a player that attended the NFL Draft since 2002, when they spent the fourth overall pick on offensive tackle Mike Williams.